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.
The Yorkshire Event Centre in Harrogate bagged the top prize at the 2017 RICS Awards for the Yorkshire and Humber Region.
Fortis Developments' resubmitted plans for a residential scheme at Furness Quay have been unanimously approved by the planners, subject to the execution of a section 106 agreement. The development, to be known as Fortis Quay, will provide over 750 luxury apartments in the hugely popular Salford Quays area.
The start of construction for a state of the art new Diagnostic and Treatment Centre on a site in Belmont, north east of Durham has been marked with a turf-cutting ceremony.
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.
A new mental health scheme just outside the historic town of Wellington near Taunton is almost complete. P+HS Architects have been working closely with developer Montpelier Estates to deliver Wellesley Hospital: a low secure facility that will provide high quality recovery centred care for a range of users.
We're delighted to announce that another member of our great technical team has achieved BIM AP membership.
Harpreet Rehal, one of our senior Architectural Technologists in Leeds has successfully completed the BIM Accredited Professional training course run by the BRE Academy.
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.
P+HS Architects' Cath Lake has joined three other newly elected Board members at the Design in Mental Health Network (DiMHN).
P+HS Architects is continuing its expansion plans. Hot on the heels of the company's move to new, larger offices in Leeds city centre, Managing Director Joe Biggs today announced three new senior appointments to its Leeds and Stokesley teams.
Graeme Pratt receives the Ibstock prize for 'Best Urban Intervention'.
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.
We're delighted to announce that Steve Hatcher has received a top award from CIAT (Chartered Institute for Architectural Technologists) for his work at The Endeavour Unit, James Cook University Hospital.
A £10m scheme at the famous Yorkshire Showground in Harrogate has met with enthusiastic support from planners.
The first phase of Kingfisher Court in Radlett near St Albans, for Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (HPFT), is now completed.
Associate Angela Rossi is celebrating 25 years at P+HS Architects!
The Constructing Excellence North East Awards 2014 have named St Benedict’s Hospice as Project of the Year.
The awards, presented at the Newcastle Marriott Gosforth Park Hotel last week, celebrate outstanding achievement in the North East Construction industry and we were delighted to see two of our major healthcare projects excel.
Westfields chosen as one of the country’s top 50 affordable housing developments.
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.
Luton and Dunstable University Hospital’s new Gynaecology diagnostic and treatment centre opened.
"The Gateway" Neuro-Rehabilitation centre at Middlehaven in Middlesbrough completed.
Works are well under way on the new £3.5m Cystic Fibrosis Unit at Nottingham University Hospital.
P+HS Architects are delighted to be sponsoring the Grand Prix Healthcare Building Design category at this year’s Building Better Healthcare Awards.
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;
Yesterday, P+HS Architects attended the prestigious Building Better Healthcare Awards at The Brewery in London. We had two projects shortlisted: The Endeavour Unit at James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough for South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Houghton Primary Care Centre for Sunderland Teaching Primary Care Trust.
The long awaited shortlist has been announced for this year's Building Better Healthcare Awards and two of our projects have made the shortlist; each appearing in two categories.
Houghton Primary Care Centre is short listed for Innovation in Sustainability and Best Out of Hospital Care Design, whilst The Endeavour Unit at James Cook University Hospital is listed for Specialist Services Design and Best Project Team.
P+HS Architects are pleased to welcome Derek Shepherd as a Senior Architect to their healthcare team. Derek has extensive specialist healthcare design experience having worked in this sector for over 12 years delivering in excess of £100m of projects for acute, primary and mental healthcare NHS Trusts. Derek holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Participatory Design and is a great advocate of user interaction within the design process.
Houghton Primary Care Centre scooped another award this month at the Constructing Excellence North East Awards. The quality of this years CENE Award submissions was described as ‘outstanding’ by Chief Executive Cartiona Lingwood and Houghton beat off formidable competition to secure the Legacy Award for Sustainability.
Construction of the new multi-million pound St Benedict’s Hospice is now officially underway after a traditional cutting of the sod ceremony carried out by Sue Winfield, NHS Property Services Primary Care Trust (PCT) Vice Chair and Derek Moss, Chair of St Benedict’s Hospice Board of Trustees.
Investment in the stability and professional management of the Practice is, as ever, a high priority for us and we are continuously identifying and developing strategies to further strengthen the Management team during, what we consider to be, ongoing challenging times for the profession.
We are delighted to be able to announce that Adrian Evans, one of our senior Technologists and Associate of P+HS Architects has been awarded the CIAT 2011 Open Award for Technical Excellence in Architectural Technology for his work at Blaydon Leisure and Primary Care Centre for Gateshead PCT.
Saturday Morning 10:15 am the weather was closing in, we couldn't wait any longer for Ben so a group of us set off on the treacherous first leg of the walk from Clay Bank Car Park to Lord Stones Café. We had just passed The Wainstones when we got the news!! Ben had made a last ditch attempt to catch up. He fought his way to the top of the first climb, but sadly didn’t make it any further and went back home.
Yesterday I had the honour of being part of the team to receive the award from the BRE for the, now confirmed, Outstanding award under BREEAM Healthcare for Houghton Primary Care Centre. The Award was made to Steve Naylor from Sunderland PCT at the IHEEM conference in Manchester.
We're currently supporting all of our technical staff in achieving full membership of the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) and were recently approached by the Institute to take part in a couple of films promoting their work.
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.