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ACUTE HEALTHCARE

ED, 

CRITICAL CARE  

& THEATRES

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ED, Critical Care & Theatres

Barts Health NHS Trust Newham University Hospital: Orthopaedic Theatres

Contract Value

£2.5M

Contract Completion

2019

Floyd Slaski Roles

Lead Consultant

Architect

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Major reconfiguration of the third floor of Newham University Hospital’s Gateway Centre to provide two state of the art orthopaedic theatres with laminar airflow technology.  The phased programme of works included moving the Colposcopy Department to new refurbished premises in the main hospital building, creating new staff facilities, patient reception and waiting areas and clinical stores.  New plant was installed on the roof and a new electrical supply was fed through the building whilst the two adjacent theatres and ancillary rooms remained in use throughout the works.

The Royal Brompton & Harefield

NHS Foundation Trust

ITU

Contract Value

£4 million

Contract Completion

2018

Floyd Slaski Roles

Lead Consultant

Architect

Interior Designer

Contract Administrator

1/4

The extension of the existing ITU and construction of new MRI, CT and staff facilities.  The new building provides three clear use zones, all of which relate both functionally and accessibly to the others.  These are:

 

1. A single storey unit that expands the existing ITU department comprising six enclosed intensive care bed spaces with additional nursing facilities.

 

2. An MRI/CT suite providing state of the art imaging services to both inpatients and outpatients.  The suite has waiting and changing areas, procedure rooms and an image reporting base.  It is also used by the ITU department and its close proximity will ensure that patients do not have to travel far for their scans.

 

3. A staff facilities area provides larger changing rooms, WCs and showers for staff as due to a growth in numbers their original facilities were inadequate.  The staff common room is designed as a break area and the work room adjacent can be used for staff training and seminars.  The small waste store houses waste before being transferred to the new bulk waste store on the site perimeter.  A large lobby provides space for staff to enter the building from the east and for some ITU patients to be taken outside for solar therapy.

 

Barts Health NHS Trust

Whipps Cross University Hospital ED, Ambulatory Care

Contract Value

£436K

Contract Completion

2018

Floyd Slaski Roles

Lead Consultant

Architect

1/5

As part of Whipps Cross University Hospital’s ED upgrade works Floyd Slaski was asked to redesign the existing ambulatory care facility.  The space available was challenging and with an exacting brief we were able to provide a facility that, unlike its predecessor, is enjoyed by patients and staff alike.  We gave doctors privacy for writing case notes, uncrowded and more personal space for patients to wait, contemporary enclosed cubicles for examination and treatment, a spacious reception desk and far better privacy and dignity.

 

The works, which involved new air handling plant on the roof above, were undertaken within a live hospital environment and were completed on time and on budget.

The Royal Brompton & Harefield

NHS Foundation Trust

Thoracic Theatres

Contract Value

£2.4 million

Contract Completion

2010

Floyd Slaski Roles

Lead Consultant

Architect

Contract Administrator

1/4

The Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust employed Floyd Slaski to undertake a series of feasibility studies on the existing operating theatres in Harefield Hospital.  These studies looked in detail at both Thoracic and Cardiac facilities and involved intensive consultation with users, surveys, option appraisals, space planning and production of explanatory scheme drawings.

                                                                                    

The completed three phase contract provided two new thoracic theatres, recovery ward, medical storage and staff facilities at Harefield Hospital.

 

Phase 1 – Construct recovery area (5 beds with service pendants and potential for 6 beds) and isolation room together with clean and dirty utility, kitchen, staff room, cleaner’s room, bin stores, on-call room and main corridor breaking through into theatre corridor and existing ITU.

 

Phase 2 – Strip out old staff room and construct new clinical store.

 

Phase 3 – Strip out old cardiac theatres and install new theatres.

Ashford and St Peter's NHS Foundation Trust  - Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

Contract Value

£1.2 Million

Contract Completion

2006

Floyd Slaski Roles

Architect

1/2

As part of a £1.2 million expansion to turn their existing Neonatal Intensive Care Unit into one of the largest intensive care units for chronically sick babies in Surrey and Sussex Ashford and St Peter’s NHS Trust appointed Floyd Slaski to undertake a major refurbishment of the existing facilities.

 

By expanding from four intensive care cots and three high dependency cots to eight intensive care and four high dependency the Unit is now ranked at level three, so allowing it to provide care for 95% of West Surrey’s babies as well as some work from further afield.

 

Floyd Slaski held regular design meetings with Unit Staff and worked out ways of phasing the construction works to allow the unit to continue operating in safety.  Work on site went according to programme with the minimum of disruption to parents, nursing staff and babies.

 

The Unit was officially opened by HRH the Countess of Wessex.

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ED, 

CRITICAL CARE  

& THEATRES