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Ska- An Assessor Perspective. Today’s Presentation. RLB and Ska Who is using it? Who’s interested? Client Spotlight-UoL Case Studies: ADT Workplace University of Liverpool BREEAM V Ska How we do the assessment. Potential Pitfalls of Ska. RLB History with Ska

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Today’s Presentation

  • RLB and Ska
  • Who is using it?
  • Who’s interested?
  • Client Spotlight-UoL
  • Case Studies:
    • ADT Workplace
    • University of Liverpool
  • BREEAM V Ska
  • How we do the assessment.
  • Potential Pitfalls of Ska
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RLB History with Ska
  • First accredited in 2010.
  • 2 assessors initially, now up to 4 with more proposed.
  • Varying sectors- public, education, healthcare and private companies.
  • Carried out circa 30 assessments across the team.
  • Development Partner of Ska HE and Ska Residences.
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TheRLB Delivery Team

  • Birmingham
  • Lee Higgs
  • Manchester
  • Sam Bensky
  • Lachlan Fulton
  • Jason Brownlee
  • London
  • Sam Bensky
  • +2 further assessors
  • In 2014/2015
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Client Spotlight- UoL
  • First engaged in 2012.
  • Included as part of Estates Strategy as an alternative to BREEAM.
  • Instructed to ‘hold hands’ with the design team.
  • 3 projects so far instructed:
    • Guild Building Refurbishment
    • Senate Drum Building
    • Melville Grove Student Residences.
  • General target- Ska Silver – compared to BREEAM ‘Very Good’.
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Case Study | LGoS | University of Liverpool

  • 2500m2 mixed refurbishment of retail/restaurant/WC facilities et
  • £4m value (approx.
  • Only assessed relevant areas of refurbishment.
  • RLB instructed at RIBA Stage C
  • Silver target award enabled flexibility.
  • Good practice includes:
    • Lighting design.
    • Use of CHP.
    • Remote Monitoring
    • Floor finishes.
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Case Study | 1 New York Street | Manchester

  • Fit out of office accommodation in Manchester City Centre.
  • 2000m2 of office accommodation over 3 floors.
  • 1st project in North West to achieve Ska Gold
  • Many Sustainable Good Practice Measures implemented including:
    • LED Lighting
    • Split energy metering with remote monitoring capability.
    • Sustainable timber sources.
    • Existing furniture from old office re-used and recycled.
    • 90% of waste diverted from landfill.
  • Project has resulted in dramatic reduction in staff churn- 44%
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Benefits to our clients

  • CSR
  • Employee Engagement
  • Reduce Energy Costs
  • Reduce CO2 usage
  • Enhanced Capital Allowances
  • Facilitates Design Standards
  • Engagement in Assessment Process
  • Low implementation costs
  • Kickstarting stalling projects.
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Kickstarting Stalling Projects

  • Case Study 1
  • Office Building | Reading
  • 4000m2 of office accommodation in Reading.
  • Proposed Building constructed 1988
  • Estate Strategy -BREEAM Very good
  • PTE £500k over client budget. Project Stalling with only 3 months left to exercise break on existing accommodation
  • By using Ska- £50k saving on professional fees, omission of £300k of ‘un-necessary work’ further £150k saved on value engineering.
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Kickstarting Stalling Projects

  • Case Study 2
  • Hospital | North West England
  • PCT looking to purchase old school site for new hospital.
  • Estate Strategy BREEAM Very Good
  • Main school building- constructed C19- GII* Listed.
  • Over budget based on ‘unnecessary enhancements to account for listed building.
  • Proposal-
    • Listed building to be refurbished as admin accommodation- Ska Assessed.
    • New build – hospital accommodation – BREEAM
  • Removing listed section of the project from BREEAM- anticipated saving £500k*
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Addressing client concerns

How much does it

cost?

  • “Not as much as you think!
  • £3k-£10k depending on
  • scope of works.”
  • “Yes, but what about
  • added construction
  • costs?”
  • “Depending on the award you
  • target, we believe Ska can
  • almost be cost neutral to
  • a contract.”
  • “Do I need to do it?!!”
  • “In a nutshell, of course not,
  • it doesn’t yet form part of planning
  • conditions as BREEAM does,
  • however many organisations are u
  • sing it as part of the their
  • CSR/Sustainable polices.”
  • “Is it a viable alternative
  • to BREEAM?”
  • “Yes, definitely and depending
  • on the scheme, we have used Ska to help
  • get projects off the ground.”
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Any Questions??

Sam Bensky MRICS

Tel: 07920 848668

Email: sam.bensky@uk.rlb.com

Lachlan Fulton MIEMA Cenv

Tel: 07585 400820

Email: lachlan.fulton@uk.rlb.com