Grŵp Llandrillo Menai
Length of Contract
Predicted - Excellent
Wynne Construction was appointed by Grŵp Llandrillo Menai to build the new University Centre, Coleg Llandrillo (UCCL) at the campus in Rhos on Sea. The £2.04m new facility provides a state-of-the-art teaching environment along with offices, conference rooms and a Learning Resource Centre.
The facility is constructed to BREEAM Excellent standards with sustainable features to include photovoltaic panels and rainwater harvesting.
A BREEAM assessment uses recognised measures of performance, which are set against established benchmarks, to evaluate a building's specification, design, construction and use. The measures used represent a broad range of categories and criteria from energy to ecology. They include aspects related to energy and water use, the internal environment (health and well-being), pollution, transport, materials, waste, ecology and management processes.
Building Footprint 750m2 (approx)
Gross Internal Floor Area 1250m2
Total Site Area 10.5 hectares
Building in Use
Function areas and their size 1235m2
Area of circulation - 310m2
Predicted electricity consumption - 112,000kWh
Predicted renewable energy generation - 11,655kWh from the PV installation
Predicted water use - 209,000 litres per annum. Of this, 169,000 litres is WC flushing of which we estimate 50% will be supplied by the harvested rainwater.
Basic Build Cost - £1630/m2
Service Costs - £470m2
Drainage and External Services - £290m2
Target CO2 Emissions for Site Activities - 163,859.61Kg
Actual v Target CO2 Emissions for Site Activities - Diesel
Actual v Target CO2 Emissions for Site Activities - Electricity
Target Water Consumption for Site Activities - 56m3
Actual v Target Water Consumption for Site Activities
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