We have an international reputation for the design of healthcare buildings.
Whatever the size of the project, we balance the functional, economic, aesthetic and environmental aspects needed to create therapeutic and sustainable buildings.
The £350m University Hospital at Walsgrave, Coventry represents a major achievement in quality of design and construction as enhanced by the PFI process. View case study
The new 'Golden Jubilee Wing' of the world famous teaching hospital boasts a large ambulatory care centre, complete new women's centre and new medical wards, all designed to fit within a tight urban site. View case study
The new building provides 25 single en-suite bedrooms on each of two in-patient ward floors. In between these floors is a new Critical Care Unit with direct links to hospital theatres. View case study
This scheme is by far the largest project delivered through the Department of Health’s ‘ProCure21’ framework initiative. The scheme was constructed in five major phases and involved the provision of extensive new-build accommodation as well as significant alterations and substantial extensions to existing facilities. View case study
The Essex Cardiothoracic centre is a tertiary cardiac care centre comprising operating theatres, catheter laboratories, critical care, surgical wards, outpatients and rehab. The centre also offers post graduate teaching rooms which are designed to allow for easy clinical expansion. View case study
The scheme replaces the pre-existing renal dialysis unit on the hospital site which, consisting of a pre-fabricated ‘Portakabin’ was deemed to be unfit for purpose after 12 years of occupation. View case study
The National Mental Health Services, Birmingham resides in three new buildings on two sites. The £65 million Barberry, Oleaster and Zinnia buildings cater for the most specialist aspects of mental health, including neuropsychiatry, eating disorders, those triggered by motherhood and those alongside deafness. View case study
The 18-bed Chalkhill Children and Adolescents Mental Health Unit (CAMHS) at Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath is a development that aims to make a difference to some of the most vulnerable children and adolescents with a range of mental health conditions. View case study
One of the first projects delivered via the ‘Designed for Life’ Procurement Framework, this is the first new build hospital to include 100% single bedroom accommodation, completed in October 2010. View case study
Ysbyty Cwm Rhondda, Llwynypia is a new 108-bed community hospital situated in the heart of the Rhondda Valley. Providing 13,500sq.m new-build clinical accommodation it replaces out-moded and inappropriate facilities. The £23m facility celebrates the reconciliation of a contemporary aesthetic with a contextual response while providing an exemplary healthcare facility for the community. View case study
This £1.1m scheme is the product of 11 years of fundraising on the part of staff and is - by exceeding NHS Best practice guidelines - a showcase for sustainable design in the field of healthcare. View case study
The new building provides dual public entrances - reflecting the natural topography of the site - into a central atrium with striking suspended glass artwork. View case study
The St. Peter's Centre, located in the very heart of Burnley, is a combined leisure and primary care centre housed in one building, extending to nearly 20,000m2 and costing some £29m. View case study