BNP Paribas

IPM were appointed by BNP Paribas (Jersey) to project manage the Category B fit out of their new offices over two floors in the IFC 1 building on Jersey's waterfront. BNP Paribas occupied three separate office spaces in town and the aim of Project Unity was to collocate over 300 staff to one flagship office. The result is a state of the art office facility over 24,000sqft with a dedicated client suite and refreshment amenities, including a staff café.

This project involved the fit-out of BNPP's new office space at the Jersey International Finance Centre relocating personnel from three separate locations into one fit for purpose facility.

Concessionary Bus Pass Scheme

IPM was responsible for all aspects of the planning and delivery of the new scheme, including engagement with medical professionals and voluntary organisations along with liaison with LibertyBus over the operational aspects of the scheme.

This project involved the development and implementation of a scheme for concessionary bus passes for those with a disability that prevents them from driving.

28 New Street Offices

IPM were approached by the Future Hospital Team to relocate three teams, each with different requirements, to a fit for purpose office facility.

This project involved the relocation of teams from three different locations to an open plan office environment.

Jersey Development Company College Gardens HSPC Role

IPM are providing independent Health & Safety Project Co-ordinator services for the College Gardens Building Project. Which includes the development of 187 flats in six blocks, five new build and one refurbishment. As the main construction works are to be carried out in three phases, IPM have allowed for the phased review of the Health & Safety File.

Les Quennevais School HSPC Role

The construction of a secondary school for children in Years 7 to 11 to accommodate up to 850 pupils. The proposed building is approximately 11,500m2 and the remainder of the site is taken up with access roads and footways, car parking for some 109 vehicles, servicing areas, a formal playing field along with informal recreation areas and landscaping features. On the western boundary of the site there is a proposed wildlife/garden area for the school.

IPM have chaired a designer's risk workshop with the client, professional team and Facilities management team. This was facilitated by using the interactive BIM model.

Multi-Storey Car Park Modernisation

This involved working with the Department for Infrastructure's transport team to develop a cohesive programme for the repair and modernisation of the Multi-Storey car park stock. The department wished to ensure that its desire to undertake modernisation works was co-ordinated with existing planned maintenance and minor repairs. The resulting programme set out the main stages required to define the modernisation schemes and to build them into the programme of redevelopment.

Having delivered and agreed the programme, IPM then undertook the role of Project Manager for implementation, including the development of a procurement strategy and the selection of architects to develop the modernisation schemes.

This project involved the development of a programme for the modernisation of the Island's Multi-Storey Car Parks and the management of its implementation.

Ports of Jersey - Asset Surveys

The PoJ Asset Survey Project required the visual inspection and reporting on an extensive list of PoJ assets which were split into Airport Buildings, Harbours Buildings and Harbours Structures.

IPM developed and produced the asset sheets and a summary report to meet the requirements of PoJ.

Jersey Airport - Critical Part Detection System

The Critical Part Detection System (CPD) Project required the implementation of a system to detect incidents and manage the response to unauthorised access into the critical parts of the airport apron from the airside zone.

IPM identified potential suppliers and conducted the tender process. This included facilitating a proof of concept stage in which two suppliers were invited to test and demonstrate the suitability of their systems in the operational environment.

Following the appointment of the successful supplier, IPM oversaw the civil works to accommodate the new radar and CCTV sensors including sourcing suitable hardware and coordinating works around airport operations.

IPM developed and produced the Site Acceptance Testing criteria and documentation, undertaking and facilitating the testing phases to ensure system performance was to specification and in-turn providing client reassurance.

The nature of this project required close attention to risk management and control. IPM conducted risk workshops to identify and mitigate risks posed by the implementation of a new system and the challenging environment in which it was being deployed.