Barts Health NHS Trust

St Bartholmew'sRoyal London Hospital

  • New Stem Cell Laboratory and Cryogenic Storage Facility
    Pathology and Pharmacy Building, The Royal London Hospital – Novated to Skanska
  • Relocation of Ophthalmology Department
    Royal London Hospital
  • New Gene Therapy Unit
    An in-patient research and treatment unit in association with Cancer Research UK and the Clinical Research Centre.
  • New Cardiac Care Ward at St Bartholomew’s Hospital.
  • Ophthalmic Treatment Unit at St Bartholomew’s Hospital.
  • New Anaesthetic Department administration base at St Bartholomew’s Hospital.
  • New Immunology, Endocrinology and Respiratory Medicine Departments at St Bartholomew’s Hospital.
  • New High Dependency Surgical Ward at the Royal London Hospital.
  • Feasibility Study for a New Private Patient Ward.
  • New MRI Suite: Royal London Hospital
  • A ward improvement programme, making wards Dementia Friendly at Whipps Cross Hospital.
  • Patient Hostel Accommodation, Staff Rest Rooms/On Call Rooms & Multi Faith Rooms at Barts Hospital.
  • Iain Duncan Smith MPThroughout 2015 and 2016 Floyd Slaski was employed as architect and lead consultant at Whipps Cross Hospital to move the ultrasound department.
    The budget for the scheme was limited and part of the exercise involved looking at the most cost efficient way of upgrading old uninspiring spaces to a facility which patients having to cope with the stresses of breast cancer would find welcoming and comfortable. Finishes were an important aspect of this and various schemes were proposed and discussed. The large ceilings were made less daunting with the introduction of new suspended ceilings. Better lighting and new artwork added to the feel good factor and a new purpose made reception desk and patient welcoming area gave the unit an immediate cohesion all the way through.
    The unit was opened by the local MP, Iain Duncan Smith who said “It is vitally important that we try and do all we can to increase early diagnosis of breast cancer. This new facility will certainly help do that and I very much welcome it to Whipps Cross.”
  • Ambrose King wardThe Ambrose King Centre – Conversion of vacated basement to provide new Sexual Health Clinic. Contract Value £700,000.
    • Full user consultation, surveys and design for complete reconfiguration and construction of bespoke scheme to provide Reception and Waiting Area, Recovery and Treatment Area with Nurse Base and associated Clean Utility Room, Pharmacy, Counselling Rooms, Research and Administration Offices and fourteen Consulting/Examination Rooms.
    • A heavily serviced area requiring new air handling units with distribution ductwork, heating, lighting, power, data, nurse call and fire protection systems, with local medical gas supplies to Recovery. New HTM compliant finishes and fittings throughout. FSP acted as architect, lead consultant and contract administrator.
  • Knutsford Ward – New Haematology Unit. Contract Value £350,000.
    • Full user consultation, design and architectural services to provide a new Haematology Unit within an old ward. The scheme provides HTM referenced treatment areas for traditional haematology procedures as well as haemophilia and drug treatment rooms – all in accordance with privacy and dignity criteria. Accommodation includes consulting/examination rooms, controlled drugs storage, dirty utility, linen, equipment stores, staff rest and changing suites.
  • New Endoscopy Units: Royal London Hospital.
  • Ward Refurbishments: Works within a fully functioning hospital including: full surveys, asbestos removal, fire stopping, new mechanical ventilation, medical gases, heating, drainage, lighting and data cabling. Ward locations at London Chest Hospital, Royal London Hospital and St Bartholomew's Hospital.Paediatric Discharge Lounge
  • Critical Care Unit and Winter Bed Provision - FSP have recently completed refurbishment works to the East Wing of the Royal London Hospital. These works comprised the creation of a new Critical Care Unit and fast track development of a six bed Pandemic Ward and Paediatric Discharge Unit as part of the Trust's programme of Winter Bed Provision. Contract Value was £700,000.
  • Major Feasibility Study (2010) into long term usage of Grade II Front Block, Royal London Hospital: Evaluation of potential uses including Out Patient Services, Entrance, Support and Office Accommodation within the historic building, total project value £50 Million.
  • Privacy and Dignity Works to Wards on all three campuses.

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