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1 University of Bristol Phi Strategic Brief Decant Scenarios Presentation to Physics 10 October 2007

2 Content Background and Purpose Decant Options –Preferred Option –Other Options –Preferred Option in Detail –Questions at the end please Questions/Conclusions

3 Background and Purpose Decant is the next big decision..... Unlocks –Next Phase of construction –Disruption Tolerance –Ultimate Design (e.g. East Wing) Physics Input Integral part of Strategic Brief, Stage 2 which concludes Christmas 2007 A Strategic Plan for Decant (not detailed) £44M Phi Budget

4 Decant Issues Downtime of Research Groups Movement of Equipment Squeezing Up Reliance on Other Projects Isolation of Services Number of Moves Duration of Overall Project Cost of Moving Equipment (capital and opportunity)

5 Decant Options All options involve continued use of Level 2 Teaching Labs and 5 main Lecture Theatres Strike a balance between all of the Decant Issues –The least pain (making the project journey tolerable) –The optimum final design (making the project journey worthwhile)

6 Option 1 (Preferred) 1.1 Principle Particle, Astro and Theory (PAT/others?) move out of HH Wills Building (desk- based activity) Construction is then completed in 3 phases Remaining 2/3 occupants move around the construction PAT move back in at completion of Project

7 Option 1 (Preferred) 1.2 Headlines Starts January 2008 and Completes April 2013 (5¼ years) 36 months of construction within HH Wills Building in 3 phases 6 move operations (including 2 for PAT) A 2 centre department (PAT/others) for 4½ years

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9 Option 1 (Preferred) 1.3 Reasoning No major squeezing up Quicker project duration Does not heavily influence the final design Does not rely upon other projects (creates own decant space) Least painful overall

10 Option Principle PAT move out (as Preferred Option) Remaining occupants split into two and must squeeze up 2 phase construction PAT move back in

11 Option Headlines Starts Jan 2009 and completes December 2012 (5 years ) 36 months of construction within HH Wills Building 5 move operations (inc. 2 for PAT) A 2 centre department for 4 years 2.3 Reasoning Squeezing up during construction ( 2 / 3 of current space for 3 years) Not much speedier than Preferred Option

12 Option Principle Move PAT out of HH Wills Building Move all from East Wing to HH Wills Building Demolish and Rebuild East Wing (larger) Move all into East Wing and refurbish old building Move all to final destinations (inc. PAT)

13 Option Headlines Starts January 2008 and completes August 2013 (5¾ years) 52 months of construction/demolition within HH Wills Building 5 move operations (inc. 2 for PAT) 2 phase construction 2 centre department for 5 years

14 Option Reasoning Major demolition disruption to both HH Wills Building and NSQI Add. £16M+ project cost Long project and disruption duration Higher risk profile

15 Option Principle Whole of HH Wills Building moves out into vacated (and refitted) existing Bio- Sciences Building HH Wills Building refurbished in one phase All return to HH Wills Building

16 Option Headlines Commences mid 2010 and completes April 2014 (4 years) Single phase construction within HH Wills Building 2 move operations for everyone 4.3 Reasoning Reliance upon other projects (current issues) Delay commencement until 2010 (inflation and UoB commitment) Some squeeze up necessary

17 Variants on Option 4 As 4 plus demolition and rebuild of East Wing As 4 with 2 phase construction (due to non availability of all of existing Bio- Sciences)

18 Option Principle Piecemeal refurbishment of HH Wills Building (small pockets of construction) Multiple and small construction phases 5.2 Headlines 8+ year project duration Multiple move operations (10+)

19 Option Reasoning Many moves (4 for some users) Decant influences final design Services isolations (e.g. flooding risks) Big Decant spend High disruption

20 Option Principle Move into a bespoke new Physics building 6.2 Headlines 4 year project duration One (phased) move operation Higher Project Cost Await site availability (2015+)

21 Option Reasoning Questionable Site Availability Delay to Start (Inflation and UoB commitment) Reliance on other Projects Higher Risk Profile

22 Option 7 Do Nothing Option – Why Not? Safety Design Life (under investment) Systems Failure Environmental Constraint on Physics Functionality (and reputation)

23 Preferred Option – Details Programme Diagrammatic Decant Sequence

24 Option 1 (Preferred) A. Principle Particle, Astro and Theory (PAT) move out of HH Wills Building (desk-based activity) Construction is then completion in 3 phases Remaining 2/3 occupants move around the construction PAT move back in at completion of Project

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26 Preferred Option (1) 3 Construction phases split horizontally Certain areas remain in-situ

27 CPT Slides

28 Preferred Option (1) 1.3 Reasoning No squeezing up Quicker project duration Does not rely upon other projects

29 What Next ……. Analysis of Physics Questionnaires Estates Meeting 15/10/07 Decant Details inc. Briefing developed Strategic Brief complete by Christmas 07 Start design of Phase 2 – January 08 First Decant – September 08 Construction commences April 09

30 Questions / Discussion

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