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WRAP helps individuals businesses and, local authorities to reduce waste and. recycle more making better use of, resources and helping to tackle climate. Written by Brian Menzies and Kathryn Tims EnviroCentre Limited. Front cover photography Aerial photograph of the Maze Long Kesh Prison Regeneration Site Lisburn Kindly provided by DFPNI. WRAP and Envirocentre believe the content of this report to be correct as at the date of writing However factors such as prices levels of recycled content and regulatory. requirements are subject to change and users of the report should check with their suppliers to confirm the current situation In addition care should be taken in using. any of the cost information provided as it is based upon numerous project specific assumptions such as scale location tender context etc. The report does not claim to be exhaustive nor does it claim to cover all relevant products and specifications available on the market While steps have been taken to. ensure accuracy WRAP cannot accept responsibility or be held liable to any person for any loss or damage arising out of or in connection with this information being. inaccurate incomplete or misleading It is the responsibility of the potential user of a material or product to consult with the supplier or manufacturer and ascertain. whether a particular product will satisfy their specific requirements. The listing or featuring of a particular product or company does not constitute an endorsement by WRAP and WRAP cannot guarantee the performance of individual. products or materials, This material is copyrighted It may be reproduced free of charge subject to the material being accurate and not used in misleading context The source of the material. must be identified and the copyright status acknowledged This material must not be used to endorse or used to suggest WRAP s endorsement of a commercial product. or service For more detail please refer to WRAP s Terms Conditions on its web site www wrap org uk. This case study outlines how the Central Procurement Directorate CPD was able to apply the principles of. sustainable construction and materials resource efficiency1 during the decommissioning demolition and initial. feasibility planning stages for regeneration of the Maze Long Kesh MLK prison adjacent army site and RAF Long. Kesh The site covers an area of 146 hectares and prior to demolition contained over 170 buildings. Key outcomes of the case study were, the Materials Resource Efficiency MRE approaches advocated in the WRAP Regeneration Guide have. demonstrated that the demolition materials recovered on site for potential use as recycled aggregates have. an equivalent value of 550 000 600 000 equating to cost savings of approximately 640 000 730 000. when compared with traditional disposal methods, a further 2 000 tonnes of demolition materials including glass timber recovered metals and PVC plastic.
were recovered for reuse or recycling off site, a Demolition Recovery Index DRI of 93 has been achieved for all demolition work undertaken. the Retained Material RM KPI is between 76 and 90 depending on how the concrete foundations are to. be used in the future This KPI indicates that the project has taken a highly sustainable approach to materials. resource efficiency with very little material being removed from site. additional environmental benefits were identified in relation to reducing the number of vehicle trips to and. from the site by 9 000 in turn reducing the associated nuisance impacts noise vibration and dust and. in terms of climate change the carbon footprint of the development through the demolition works is improved. by approximately 279 tonnes of carbon dioxide principally as a result of the reduced number of vehicle. This case study has been developed with the Department of Finance and Personnel John Mc Quillan Contracts. Limited Quarry Products Association Northern Ireland and the Northern Ireland Demolition Association. John McQuillan, Contracts Ltd, These approaches are outlined in more detail in the WRAP Regeneration Guide. Maze Long Kesh Prison Regeneration Site 1, 1 0 Introduction 3. 1 1 Best practice tools 3, 1 2 The Maze Long Kesh Prison regeneration case study 3. 1 3 Description of the Maze Long Kesh regeneration site programme 4. 1 4 Description of the buildings prior to demolition 5. 2 0 Implementation 6, 2 1 Designing for Materials Resource Efficiency 6.
2 2 Programme objectives 6, 2 3 Policy framework 6. 2 4 Pre demolition 6, 2 4 1 Tender process 6, 2 4 2 Pre demolition audit and outputs 7. 2 5 Demolition Phase 8, 2 5 1 Demolition process and monitoring 8. 2 5 2 Demolition arisings 8, 3 0 Linking demolition and new build phases 9. 3 1 Description of assumptions and underpinning data 10. 3 2 Scenario A Reuse of site won demolition material as sub base in road and parking schemes 10. 3 3 Scenario B Reuse of site won demolition materials for drainage in a SUDS scheme 10. 3 4 Scenario C Reuse of site won concrete demolition material as Recycled Concrete Aggregate. RCA in concrete 11, 3 5 Environmental benefits 12, 4 0 Materials Resource Efficiency context 13.
4 1 MRE practice in the public sector 13, 4 2 Recovered aggregate material reuse potential in Northern Ireland 13. 4 3 Current routes to market for recovered materials 14. 4 4 MRE practice in relation to future site regeneration plans 15. 5 0 Conclusions 15, 6 0 Recommendations 16, 7 0 References 16. APPENDIX A Overview of the WRAP Regeneration Guide 17. Maze Long Kesh Prison Regeneration Site 2, 1 0 Introduction. This case study is one of a number developed across the UK demonstrating best practice in relation. to the demolition and recovery of materials from regeneration project sites using the WRAP. Materials Resource Efficiency approach, 1 1 Good practice tools. There are a number of good practice tools that have been developed to assist in the delivery of demolition. recovery of materials from regeneration sites This case study describes the techniques and tools that were used. as part of the Maze Long Kesh site regeneration in Northern Ireland. WRAP has recently developed The efficient use of materials in regeneration. projects Guide referred to as the Regeneration Guide or Guide in this Figure 1. document The Guide describes how adopting a Materials Resource Cover of WRAP s. Efficiency MRE approach can provide more environmentally sustainable Regeneration Guide. outcomes as well as cost benefits The Guide integrates the ICE Demolition. Protocol Site Waste Management Plans and the WRAP Recycled Content. Quick Wins in a clear framework, This Guide is a resource for all parties interested in implementing.
requirements for the efficient use of materials in regeneration projects A. brief overview of the Guide can be found in Appendix A with the full. document downloadable from WRAP s website www wrap org uk construction. or directly at http tinyurl com mrer guide, 1 2 The Maze Long Kesh Prison regeneration case study. The following partners were involved in the delivery of the project. Northern Ireland Local Government departments, o Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister OFMDFM site owner and project sponsor and. o Department of Finance and Personnel Central Procurement Directorate the project managers. Demolition contractor, o John Mc Quillan Contracts Limited. Implementation support, o EnviroCentre Limited, Sector support. o Quarry Products Association Northern Ireland QPANI and. o Northern Ireland Demolition Association NIDA, This is one of a range of case studies focussing on the issues and opportunities resulting from the implementation.
of materials resource efficiency MRE This case study focuses on the recovery and retention of materials on site. for future use following reprocessing principally recycled aggregates RA and recycled concrete aggregate. RCA The case study also addresses the recovery and reuse of other materials such as glass PVC timber. metals and other miscellaneous salvageable materials. The case study includes an overview of the various issues barriers and opportunities encountered at the site in. terms of encouraging innovative forward planning which improves materials resource efficiency practices This. then influences the implementation of best practice principles with the resulting financial environmental and. social benefits, Maze Long Kesh Prison Regeneration Site 3. 1 3 Description of the Maze Long Kesh regeneration site programme. The Maze Long Kesh MLK regeneration site is located 4 kilometres south west of Lisburn city centre and. contained the redundant Maze Long Kesh prison adjacent army site and remnants of RAF Long Kesh It was. transferred in 2000 to its current owners the Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister OFMDFM. under the 1998 Good Friday Agreement, The client owner requested that the Department of Finance and Personnel Central Procurement Directorate. prepare the site for future use by removing a number of existing structures approximately 170 The buildings. were located in clusters across the 146 hectare site and most were contained within a 5 6 metre high external. perimeter wall 3 kilometres in length, The site contains a number of listed buildings The majority of designations are connected to the site s use as a. prison but includes other buildings such as two aircraft hangars associated blast shelters and buildings The. demolition works carried out at the site were required to ensure the ongoing preservation of these structures. All hazardous components e g asbestos were identified and removed prior to the soft strip and demolition. phase There were however a number of relatively small and localised instances of contamination linked with. fuel storage and historical use as a firing range These contaminated areas are undergoing treatment using insitu. remediation techniques, The client specifically requested that all buildings and structures were removed to ground level with foundations. or underground services retained to facilitate future use options It was also a requirement of the client that. wherever possible the materials generated on site were retained on site Due to the politically sensitive past use. of the site it was necessary to control the end use of the materials and wastes generated from the demolition. process This has resulted in relatively small amounts of recovered material being sent off site to date which. received processing to destroy any recognisable characteristics of items that could be associated with the site. Stockpile of crushed, mixed concrete and, masonry demolition.
Following demolition the future use of the MLK regeneration site is yet to be determined but the recovered. materials that have been retained on site are intended to be used in any future development. As well as the various on site uses for the bulk of materials recovered i e recovered aggregate and recovered. concrete aggregate there is also the potential to export the material to nearby infrastructure and regeneration. developments in the local area This would require the client to hold early discussions with local developers to. identify local markets for materials as well as potentially stimulating new markets. Maze Long Kesh Prison Regeneration Site 4, A number of other materials were recovered and where they were not suitable for reuse alternative reuse. markets were identified and as such materials were diverted from landfill. 1 4 Description of the buildings prior to demolition. The site comprised a wide diversity and number of structures requiring removal as part of the demolition. contract The site was divided into nine demolition zones A I and demolition was completed in a phased. manner across the site from the northern entrance to the south The zones were based on building location and. fabric types The boundary of the zones and order of their demolition has evolved through the demolition. process Zones B and F contained a number of structures that were designated as listed buildings for statutory. protection and the character and appearance of parts of the site may also be protected by designation as a. conservation area The protected buildings and conservation area designations are mainly related to examples of. the H Block prison buildings such as the visitor reception buildings entrance way hospital area kitchens one of. the chapel buildings and adjacent perimeter wall and watchtowers The final decision on some of these. designations had not been completed at the time of writing and as such all of these types of buildings were. retained The materials resource efficiency commentary in this case study excludes them. Table 1 Summary of building types, Description Number. Building Types 173, H blocks prison buildings 8, Nissen Hut 6. Portacabin 23, Red brick 11, Aircraft hangar listed 2. Modern clad 1, Watch tower 34, Timber structure 19.
Concrete brick 32, Other buildings 32, does not include all temporary buildings that were in disrepair or foundation pads that were unoccupied during the initial site audits. The building structures across the site varied in terms of their age and purpose A number of the prison buildings. including the H block prison cells and chapel were single storey constructions consisting of reinforced concrete. internal skin with external facing concrete brick cladding reinforced concrete roof and situated on reinforced. Case study Maze Long Kesh Prison Regeneration Site This case study describes how 93 of all demolition materials were recovered at the Maze Long Kesh Prison

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