Case Study: University of Southampton

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Case Study:

University of Southampton


Dr Neil Smith

Environment Manager


16
th

October

2007


Aims


Resource v waste management



Big v small projects



Share experience to date



What’s next


Resource v waste

Key project


phases

Pre
-
design

Design &

procurement

Pre
-
construction

Construction

Post
-

construction

Estates & Facilities





Kevin Monaghan



Neil Smith

PMU


Steve Parker

Ian Carroll

(Environment


(Buildings Programmes

(H&S Manager)

Manager)



manager)


Capital programme


Programme Management Unit


£234M programme


Mountbatten


Boldrewood


IfLS


Faraday



Sustainable Buildings Policy



Sustainable Buildings Briefing note



Guidance to Project Managers on waste



Route map

Framework

Sustainable Buildings Policy:


5.2

Promote and adopt best practice:


5.2.2

Ensure the specification for new build, refurbishment and maintenance
projects… sets targets for key performance indicators, such as energy
and water use and waste production.



5.2.7

Ensure waste produced during building projects is minimised and
that all projects have a site waste management plan that
incorporates the requirements of the Demolition Protocol.


5.2.8

Ensure materials have a minimal impact on the environment and set a
target of at least 10% of the materials value of projects is derived from
recycled content.


5.2.9

Set a target for all new buildings and major refurbishments to achieve an
“Excellent” BREEAM rating with a minimum rating of “Very Good” where
there are good and explicit reasons why an excellent rating could not be
achieved.


Framework

Sustainable Buildings Policy:


5.3


Maintain and develop the University in a

sustainable manner:


5.3.4

Ensure there are sufficient recycling facilities

available and they are clearly marked.


5.3.5

Ensure there are adequate storage and

collection facilities for other wastes, such as

chemicals, and clinical, radioactive and other

hazardous wastes.



Case Study: Mountbatten





ECS/ORC



Major fire (Nov 05)



Completion date:


Summer 2008


Site management:



Costain



Demolition (about 5,000 t reused on site)




Bovis



Environment management plan



Environmental Aspects & Impacts Register



KPIs



Considerate Contractors Scheme



Site audit


Mountbatten



Purpose

KPI

Target

Score

Waste

To measure the amount
of waste removed from
site during the
construction process

so that we can target
reductions in wastage

Construction:
Waste
Removed
(m3) / £100k
spent

<10

7.6

KPI

Targets also for:



Energy use
(Amount of CO2 Produced (kg) / £100k spent)



Water use

(Amount of Water Used (m3) / £100k spent)



Timber use
(% FSC Timber Used)



Commercial vehicle movement
(Total Number Commercial





Vehicle Movements / £100k spent)



CCS
(Average Score)

Mountbatten



Score
per
section

Score references

Score
per
section

Score references

1

Major non
-
compliance

4

High level beyond
compliance

2

Minor non
-
compliance

5

Exceptional
measures taken

3

Compliance

Environment

(4/5)



Noise restriction



Hoarding



Risk assessments & induction



Waste monitored & segregated



Environmental policy working well



No energy saving measures on site (although corporately

energy use is well controlled)

Considerate contractor scheme audit

Case study: Faraday






1950s iconic building




£20M refurbishment




School of Civil Engineering

& Environment




BREEAM ‘Excellent’

Faraday



Gentle Associates



Decant




Asbestos strip out

(Windsor waste mgmt)


LA Moore



Enabling works

(?)


Morgan Ashurst



Main contractor

(?)

Faraday

Faraday: BREEAM

Management Commissioning (9):


M4



Considerate Contractors (2)

M5



Construction site impacts (4)



-

monitor construction waste



-

Sort & recycle construction waste

M12



Users guide (1)


Materials (12):


MWI



Material spec (4)

MW5



Reuse of façade (1)

MW6



Reuse of structure (1)

MW7



Recycled aggregate (1)

MW8



Responsible sourcing of materials (3)

MW12


Storage of recyclable waste (1)



BREEAM rating

% benchmark

Unclassified

<25

Pass


25
-

<40

Good

≥ 40
-

<55

Very Good

≥ 55
-

<70

Excellent

≥ 70

Faraday



Post completion recycling:




Heelis Building



George Thomas Building

Small(er) projects


Faculty Building Managers


Annual budget: £5M (LTM & Client projects)

Distribution of FPM project budgets, 2006/07
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
5000
10000
15000
20000
25000
30000
35000
40000
45000
50000
60000
70000
80000
90000
100000
150000
200,000
30000
40000
400000+
Value (£)
Number of projects


Preliminary feasibility report



Guidance to contractors



Selection (approved contractor database)


Framework

Guidance to contractors:



Selection of contractors


Environment policy, EMS etc



Sustainable buildings


Planning, design etc



On
-
site management


Site RA, waste etc



SU Shop refit


£150k refit in summer 2007


Flair shopfittings Ltd


Select
-
A
-
Skip UK Ltd




SU Shop refit

Total Waste & Recycling Summary for Southampton University (SUSU)


All weights are approximate.


Weight
(Tonnes)

%

Materials

Incineration
(Flair)

0.8

6

Timber, MDF

Landfill

2.7

20.3

Flooring
materials,
rubble

Recycling

(re
-
condition &
Re
-
use)

6.5

48.9

Card racks,
Refrigeration,
Shelving

Recycling
(Environmental
disposal)

3.3

24.8

Refrigeration,
metalwork

13.3

100

University Road car park


£230k


Demolish building & provide 65 car park spaces


PT Contractors


Pollution prevention procedure


Site environmental risk assessment


Waste management procedure


SWMP

University Road Car Park

Type of
Waste

Quantities

Haulier

Carrier
Licence No.

Location

Waste
Licence
No.

Green
Waste
(compost)

30m3

PTC

HAM/406524

Eco @
Hurn

WML/296

Excavated
Material

320m3

R&W

HAM/409392

Marchwood
Aggregates

W01024/05

Marchwood
Quarry

Exempt

% to be
recycled

House No.
37

90%
Recycled

Comley &
Son

HAM/406449

Transfer
station

HR078

10% Waste

Comley &
Son

SWMP

Sources of information



WRAP



www.wrap.org.uk/construction/index.html



www.wrap.org.uk/construction/materials_recycling/index.html




Netregs



www.netregs.gov.uk



www.netregs.wastedirectory.org.uk/Index.aspx




Considerate contractor



www.ccscheme.org.uk/




BRE



www.bre.co.uk/




Smartwaste



www.smartwaste.co.uk/



www.bremap.co.uk/bremap/about.jsp




What’s next?


Influence capital/FPM colleagues


Audit & verification


FPM workshop


Finalise FPM SWMP


Work with term contractors


Review guidance


Review & Any questions?


Resource v waste management



Big v small projects



Share experience to date



What’s next



Any questions?