Three New Bailey
Three New Bailey is a 157,000ft2, seven-storey new build office development, featuring a distinctive red brick weave façade. Located on the banks of the River Irwell, the development forms part of the English Cities Fund’s Salford Central regeneration masterplan. It is now home to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC’s) regional hub.
Having worked on the adjacent developments, our engineering team were appointed to deliver a flexible, modern working environment that can be adapted to future ways of working. The adoption of a long-span composite steel framed structure along with allowances for future service and circulation adaptation mean that building is future proofed. The precast brick façade recognised the heritage of the setting.
Lee Leston-Jones, Structures Partner, commented, "Reducing material consumption is always a primary concern for us, both from a value and carbon intensity perspective. We undertook comprehensive reviews to optimise floor-to-floor heights. We also designed a pragmatic and cost-effective earthworks and remediation solution that maximised the sustainable recovery and re-use of all site-won materials in accordance with current legislation and guidance."
We worked closely with the developer and proposed tenant to deliver a fully coordinated physical and electronic security strategy for the site, meeting all stakeholders’ detailed requirements.