Childrens and Young People's Centre
Client: The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
Project Value: £13m
Main Contractor: Mansell Construction Services Ltd
The brief was to provide a modern environment for the treatment of children and teenagers suffering from cancer.
The project involved the construction of a new build two-storey extension and the refurbishment of existing ward accommodation.
The new build extension accommodates paediatric in-patients at ground floor and a dedicated facility for teenagers at first floor level, which is the first of it’s kind in South London. The refurbished ward areas provide day care and outpatients facilities.
Sexual Health Clinic
Client: King’s College Hospital
Project Value: £695,000
Main Contractor: Frencon Construction
The Sexual Health Centre in Camberwell is a refurbishment of an existing clinic. In the initial discussions with the Trust, there was a desire to create a space that would welcome and encourage the local community to visit. This was paramount to its success and the health service’s broader strategic goals and vision for the service.
The result is a design that is clinical in function, yet not sterile and distant. Central to the design concept is the idea that the consultation ‘pods’ are part of the waiting area and thus, more casual.
Northwick Park Paediatric Ward 'Jack's Place'
Client: North West London NHS Foundation Trust
Ansell and Bailey have completed a paediatric ward refurbishment called Jack's Place for the North West London NHS Trust at the Northwick Park Hospital featuring custom printed wall graphics of castle, jungle and arctic themes. Service Graphics provided the wallpaper.
Hammersmith Hospital Paediatric Ward
Client: Imperial College NHS Foundation Trust
Project Value: £500,000
Childrens Inpatients Ward
Client: Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust
Project Value: £300,000
Main Contractor: Logan Construction
This lively childrens ward desperately needed refurbishment and compliance upgrade works but was a live ward and needed to stay that way. Careful phasing and close relationships with the hopsital staff enabled a succesful project which gave the childrens environment the big lift that they deserved.