The vodafone credits post – who did what

3 09 2009

Projects like vodafone in Stoke do not get designed and delivered by one individual – there are many people involved so here goes with the credit list and apologies to anybody missed out .

Developer -St Modwen Properties PLC – (who shrewdly commissioned the project)

Core team – Mike Herbert , Richard Powell

End user – Vodafone PLC

Core team – Derek Kirkwood , Tony Steele ( final delivery)

Project manager and Cost Consultant – Prosurv ( Stoke)

Core team – Paul Dunning and Dan Smith

Architectural – RPS Group PLC ( Birmingham)

Core team – Alan Mcbeth , Steve Brown , Monika Spinner Rynkiewicz

Landscape – RPS Group PLC ( Birmingham )

Core team – Joanne Thompson

RPS acoustics (Birmingham)

Core team – Mark Evans , Tom Nightingale

RPS Planning (Birmingham)

Core team – Tim Dunkley , Joe Murphy

Workspace planning ( for Vodafone) – CMI Workplace ( Milton Keynes)

Core team – Steve Crabbe and Peter West

Client side Services Engineer – NDC Manchester

Core team – John Bradshaw , Rodney Barratt , Iain Love

Client Side Civils , Geotech, drainage , transport etc – ATKINS PLC

Core team – Johanne Bridgman , Mark Smith

Main Contractor – Morgan Ashurst PLC (Manchester)

Core team – Andy Howarth , Jon Mills , Jon Lightfoot,Dave Banks , Martyn Kitchen , Andy Jones

Civils and Structural ( contractor side) -John Nolan Associates

Core team – Andy Willams , Cormac Kennedy

Electrical SubContractor -Genelec ( Leigh)

Core team – Jonathan Twentyman

Mechanical Contractor – Drayton Beaumont ( Stoke)

Core team – Steve Robinson

Cladding and Roofing – Range ( Manchester)

Core team- Nick Haves

Glazing – Elite ( Walsall)

Steel Frame – Compass Engineering





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