Midland Metropolitan Hospital is one of the largest acute hospital developments in Europe.
Bristol Royal Infirmary, Bristol
The award winning design for a new aluminium and glass panel over-cladding on the main entry point of a hospital campus
Healthcare - South West
The project comprised the design of aluminium panel and ﬁn over-cladding for the Upper Maudlin Street façade of the Queens Building. Constructed in the 1970s, this 6 storey reinforced concrete frame structure had had its ornamental concrete decoration removed two decades earlier for safety reasons and, as the main entry point for the public, was a poor advertisement for the hospital campus.
The new aluminium over-cladding comprises powder coated aluminium and glass panels ﬁxed to extruded aluminium rails, which in turn are supported by aluminium brackets ﬁxed directly to the concrete structure with stainless steel resin anchors. Cavity insulation was installed behind the cladding and a 3 storey high aluminium-clad open steel screen was designed to sit in front of the façade to complete the architect’s international award winning design.
To improve the external appearance of the structure
A low maintenance façade design was made from recycleable alluminium.
Large-scale reconfiguration of the Royal Bournemouth and Poole Hospitals.
Redevelopment at York Hospital to provide a new 2-storey extension and new modular unit to the existing Emergency Department.
A major extension to the Emergency Department to significantly improve same day care and acute medical treatments.
A new satellite radiotherapy unit, housing state-of-the-art Linear Accelerator’s (LinAc’s) in Nevill Hall, Wales.
A healthy living hub designed to deliver community regeneration and improved wellbeing facilities.