Thanks to Sewell Construction for this first glimpse inside the new library at the Centre @ Burnholme that has just opened to the public.
The transformation of five outpatient clinics’ reception and circulation areas at London’s Royal Free Hospital is complete.
Working alongside WT Partnership, Mott McDonald Engineers and Artinsite as well as a wide range of stakeholders from the hospital – clinicians, operational and management staff and Estates, we have successfully created an improved environment for staff and visitors.
We're delighted that South Tyneside's new Integrated Community Hub, Haven Court, has been named as a finalist in the Pinders Healthcare Design Awards.
An extension to a sheltered housing and extra care scheme in York has been approved.
The Planning Subcommittee of York City Council has voted unanimously in favour of the scheme which will provide a 3 storey extension of 25 apartments and 2 new semi-detached bungalows at Glen Lodge in the Heworth area of the city.
A new Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) for Sheffield Health & Social Care NHS FT (SHSC NHS) has officially opened.
At an opening event for staff and service users on 20 November 2015, Professor Alan Walker CBE, the Trust’s Chair, accompanied by a service user representative, officially opened the new unit which will be known as Endcliffe.
As part of Leicester Hospital's MES (Managed Equipment Services) contract, we have recently completed the refurbishment of a number of existing specialist X-ray imaging rooms and the installation of highly specialised equipment to deliver state of the art imaging services to patients.
A significant milestone in the construction of the new Nuffield Hospital in Cambridge has been reached.
Associate Angela Rossi is celebrating 25 years at P+HS Architects!
A new £1.6 million supported residential development has recently been completed for Home Group on the site of a former church hall in Park End.
"The Gateway" Neuro-Rehabilitation centre at Middlehaven in Middlesbrough completed.
Construction value of approx 15million;
A predominantly three storey building centrally positioned on the existing site within a landscaped setting. Servicing is to the north and gardens to the south;
Located next to the Radiotherapy building and replacing an existing car park, plans have been submitted for a new and dedicated Cystic Fibrosis Unit at Nottingham City Hospital. The compact two storey building will form a physical link with the existing hospital, providing the following accommodation:
Having recieved Planning permission early this year, we are currently working towards financial close and preparing for a start on site within the next two months.The new medical centre will provide excellent health services at a local level to the community, and is to serve as a Community Health Centre for both South Kirkby & South Elmsall.
Phase 1 of new mental health facilities has been completed in Barrow-in-Furness, creating single en-suite bedrooms for 20 Patients. The development includes a variety of lounge, dining, gym and OT spaces, access to safe and secure courtyard gardens for Patients, and vastly improved facilities for both visitors and staff . Phase 2 will be complete in early summer 2012 and will provide 15 beds for people with dementia.
Ireland Wood Surgery has been shortlisted for this year's RIBA Northern Network Awards. The scheme will be up against 37 other shortlisted entries, with the awards due to be presented on Friday 4th November. Fingers are firmly crossed.
The refurbishment of the Chemotherapy Day Unit at James Cook University Hospital has recently been completed. The refurbishment took what was a series of cramped, dark rooms and extended and refurbished the unit to create a much brighter and more open treatment space along with associated clinical and support spaces.
Some decent photographs taken recently by Chris Lawes of the new Radiotherapy Centre at Nottingham (LINACCS). Now fully operational, the building has bedded well into the site and the external materials appear to be complimenting its surroundings.
It's been a while since the last photos, but Ireland Wood Surgery is now fairly well progressed on site. The external rendering is now virtually complete and all the glazing is in place. Coloured Trespa panels will soon be fitted over the timber battens you can see in the bottom image, to complete the external appearance.