• Wolfston Centre, Hammersmith Hospital

    Client: Imperial College London
    Value: £12 million
    Start Date: January 2007
    Architect: Sheppard Robson
    Contractor: Wallis
    Completed: June 2008
    Services: Civil & Structural Engineering

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    The 1960’s Wolfson centre in London, formerly
    housed three lecture theatres for Hammersmith
    Hospital and was refurbished to provide
    modern shallower lecture theatres, new
    seminar and office spaces.

    The redevelopment required the addition of
    a large steel truss framework, supporting the
    new suspended floor. The lower floors and
    basement houses an MRI scanner and PET/
    CT and catheter lab scanner for various areas
    of research within the hospital.

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  • Wolfston Centre, Hammersmith Hospital

    Client: Imperial College London
    Value: £12 million
    Start Date: January 2007
    Architect: Sheppard Robson
    Contractor: Wallis
    Completed: June 2008
    Services: Civil & Structural Engineering

    Read more…

    The 1960’s Wolfson centre in London, formerly
    housed three lecture theatres for Hammersmith
    Hospital and was refurbished to provide
    modern shallower lecture theatres, new
    seminar and office spaces.

    The redevelopment required the addition of
    a large steel truss framework, supporting the
    new suspended floor. The lower floors and
    basement houses an MRI scanner and PET/
    CT and catheter lab scanner for various areas
    of research within the hospital.

    Close…

  • Wolfston Centre, Hammersmith Hospital

    Client: Imperial College London
    Value: £12 million
    Start Date: January 2007
    Architect: Sheppard Robson
    Contractor: Wallis
    Completed: June 2008
    Services: Civil & Structural Engineering

    Read more…

    The 1960’s Wolfson centre in London, formerly
    housed three lecture theatres for Hammersmith
    Hospital and was refurbished to provide
    modern shallower lecture theatres, new
    seminar and office spaces.

    The redevelopment required the addition of
    a large steel truss framework, supporting the
    new suspended floor. The lower floors and
    basement houses an MRI scanner and PET/
    CT and catheter lab scanner for various areas
    of research within the hospital.

    Close…

  • Wolfston Centre, Hammersmith Hospital

    Client: Imperial College London
    Value: £12 million
    Start Date: January 2007
    Architect: Sheppard Robson
    Contractor: Wallis
    Completed: June 2008
    Services: Civil & Structural Engineering

    Read more…

    The 1960’s Wolfson centre in London, formerly
    housed three lecture theatres for Hammersmith
    Hospital and was refurbished to provide
    modern shallower lecture theatres, new
    seminar and office spaces.

    The redevelopment required the addition of
    a large steel truss framework, supporting the
    new suspended floor. The lower floors and
    basement houses an MRI scanner and PET/
    CT and catheter lab scanner for various areas
    of research within the hospital.

    Close…