Relocation of Oncology Ward at Diana Princess of Wales Hospital, Grimsby
|Project||Relocation of Oncology Ward|
|Client||Northern Lincolnshire & Goole Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust|
|Diana Princess of Wales Hospital|
|Timescale||July 2010 - July 2011|
|Scope of Works||Lead consultant/architect - key responsibility to deliver architectural/services co-ordinated design.|
Key Project Particulars
Mandatory ‘very good’ BREEAM assessment target influencing design and specification.
Extensive refurbishment of existing hospital block.
New windows restricting solar heat gain and glare.
New external bris soleil shading devices.
Use of lightweight metal stud partitioning for easier future deconstruction.
New build courtyard infill extensions and external landscape.
New rooftop plant rooms.
Extensive development with user groups and Estates representatives to develop specific room layouts and development of room data sheets.
Complex phased development to maintain provision of adjacent and above live hospital
Extensive coordination of services with M&E consultants.
DDA compliant facilities to access interior and external courtyards.
Disabled parking spaces located adjacent to building entry points.
Low maintenance products specified for longevity and performance.
High end interior specification and finish.
3D interior design studies used to illustrate and present spatial qualities and finishes.
Provision of sample boards to obtain approval to internal finishes and specifications.