Great Ormond Street Hospital: IMRI (Southwood Courtyard Project)
The new three-storey building extending from the existing operating theatres at the heart of the site will enable surgical teams to check whether complex procedures have worked – before their patients wake up.
The building contains an Intraoperative Magnetic Resonance suite as well as physiotherapy and rehabilitation facilities.
The scheme covers:
- New Physiotherapy Department at Level 02
- New Intraoperative MRI Scanner Suite at Level 03
- New plant areas at Level 04
- BREEAM Very Good
Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) is an international centre of excellence in child healthcare. Together with their research partner, the UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health, they form the UK’s only academic Biomedical Research Centre specialising in paediatrics. Since its formation in 1852, the hospital has been dedicated to children’s healthcare and to finding new and better ways to treat childhood illnesses.
Great Ormond Street Hospital receives 252,389 outpatient visits and 43,778 inpatient visits every year (figures from 2016/17). Most of the children they care for are referred from other hospitals throughout the UK and overseas. There are 63 different clinical specialties at GOSH; the UK's widest range of specialist health services for children on one site.
Great Ormond Street Hospital: CICU
The project relates to the CICU Expansion which is located at level 4 of the Premier Inn clinical building (PICB) at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).
The new services installations shall generally re-utilise the existing primary infrastructure and distribution systems within the building. A dedicated new supply and extract AHU shall be provided to serve the isolation suite within the new accommodation. The main works to level 04 will be in specific areas of the floor, this being the SW corner where the new CICU bedrooms and isolation suite are to be incorporated. For this area of the floor the existing services are to be fully stripped out and reconfigured to suit the new CICU layout and services requirement.
The bedheads units within the bedrooms are to be replaced with bedhead units incorporating a higher level of services to suit an HDU application. The existing services shall be uprated to suit the new bedhead provision and new lighting requirements within the rooms.
The existing ventilation/ cooling and heating services are to remain as existing, albeit remounted and refitted as necessary to suit the electrical works that will need to be undertaken. The new works will involve the adaption of the existing drainage at level 03 of the building which is anticipated will be occupied and operational at the time when the CICU expansion works are carried out.
Christie - High Energy Proton Beam Therapy Centre
Engaged by Interserve to deliver Commissioning Management services on the new £150m, five floor, High Energy Proton Beam Therapy Centre due to open its doors in 2018.
The Christie NHS Foundation Trust together with their partners, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust are working with the Department of Health to bring the UK's first high energy proton beam therapy centre to Manchester.
The new Therapy Centre will be able to treat up to 750 of the most complicated Cancer patients each year and employ about 160 staff.
Full Level 2 BIM is being used throughout the design process and the facility is being designed around the equipment to drive down the project costs.
Defence and National Rehabilitation Center
The Defence and National Rehabilitation Center or DNRC will treat around 200 service personnel at a time. Construction began at Stanford Hall in August 2015 with handover to the Ministry of Defence scheduled in 2018. At this point the new buildings will become the operational site for the DNCR when it relocates from its current home at Headley Court in Surrey.
With a gross internal floor area of almost 500,000sq/ft, the new facility has been designed with the patients’ comfort and ease in mind, and will provide intuitively connected spaces consisting of Complex Trauma & Neuro Wards, Neuro Therapy, The Centre for Mental & Cognitive Health, Imaging & Prosthetics, Complex Trauma Gyms, Lower Limb Gyms, Force Generation and a Pool Complex.
Stanford Hall will be the next step in leading edge clinical rehabilitation, helping to give our service men and women the confidence to carry on with their lives after they have suffered major trauma or very serious injury or wounding.
St Helier Hospital: ITU-HDU and Day Nursery
The new Intensive Care and High Dependency department (ITU-HDU) and the new Day Nursery projects are both located on the St Helier hospital site.
The brand new day nursery will be specially-designed and purpose-built, and will be in a quiet corner of St Helier’s grounds surrounded by woodland. The new day nursery will provide child care support for the staff of Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust for children aged up to five during school term-time and with a play scheme that runs throughout school holidays for children aged from five to 12.
The new ITU-HDU department will accommodate the specialist units providing intensive care (treatment and monitoring) for people who are in a critically ill or unstable condition.
Wexham Hospital / Frimley Health NHS
The Women’s Health Unit upgrade project at at Wexham Park Hospital is part of a larger move by Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust to improve the facilities available to people in Hampshire, Surrey, East Berkshire and South Buckinghamshire.
The newly formed Foundation Trust was able to secure funding for a capital investment programme to redevelop and upgrade the existing women’s health unit in an area that has the highest birth rate outside of London.”
Our Commissioning Validation teams are currently working through the new maternity and pre / post-natal wards validating the mechanical, electrical and public health services.
Due for completion in February 2016 our MEP validation survey findings will assist the M&E Design Consultants to finalise the Stage 4 Design allowing the construction works to proceed.