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FLOYD SLASKI LLP - 39/43 PUTNEY HIGH ST, LONDON SW15 1SP - T: 020 3910 2400 - E: FSP@FLOYDSLASKI.CO.UK - COMPANY NO: OC400574

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Imaging, Investigation & Treatment

Lewisham & Greenwich NHS Trust - Digital X-Ray, Dexa Scanner and Ultrasound

Contract Value

£800K

Contract Completion

2019

Floyd Slaski Roles

Architect

1/4

This project involved the complete demolition of the existing X-Ray Department and its reconfiguration in a phased manner to enable the X-ray department to continue operating (only losing 1 x-ray room at any time). Some temporary facilities were created in adjacent departments   including patient changing rooms. The scheme included 3 Philips digital x-ray rooms, 1 Dexa scanner room and alterations to 2 ultrasound rooms as well as new waiting areas and other ancillary spaces with compliance upgrades.

The Royal Brompton & Harefield

NHS Foundation Trust

MRI, CT 

Contract Value

£4 million

Contract Completion

2018

Floyd Slaski Roles

Lead Consultant

Architect

Interior Designer

Contract Administrator

1/7

The construction of new MRI, CT and staff facilities.  The new building provides clear use zones, all of which relate both functionally and accessibly to the others.

 

1. 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.

 

2. 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.

 

Ashford & St Peter's

NHS Foundation Trust

Endoscopy Department

Contract Value

£1.7 Million

Contract Completion

2017

Floyd Slaski Roles

Architect

1/9

Neurophysiology Department & Extension to the Endoscopy Department at St Peter's Hospital Chertsey

 

Construction of a three storey courtyard infill comprising Neurophysiology Department in levels 1 and 2 and an extension to the Endoscopy Department in level 3.   

Barts Health NHS Trust

Breast Screening Clinic

Contract Value

£250,000

Contract Completion

2016

Floyd Slaski Roles

Architect

1/3

Throughout 2015 and 2016 Floyd Slaski was employed as architect and lead consultant at Whipps Cross Hospital to move the ultrasound department from its original location to space vacated when the A&E department moved to a new building.  The left over space following this move was to be upgraded as part of the Trust’s scheme to expand breast screening services.

 

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 with client, users and patient groups.  Old pipework that could not be removed was covered over and 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.”

Royal Brompton Hospital

Gamma Camera

Enabling Works

Contract Value

£230K

Contract Completion

2014

Floyd Slaski Roles

Architect/Lead Consultant

1/3

As part of its project to modernise the the Nuclear Medicine Department at the Royal Brompton Hospital the Trust employed Floyd Slaski as architect and lead consultant to upgrade an existing gamma camera room to house a DSpect gamma camera and to refurbish/install adjacent office and patient spaces.  An asbestos removal package was let which intertwined with the main contractor’s work and a phased programme allowed different areas to be completed at times to suit the department’s workload. Works included an upgraded gamma camera room, new office and refurbished staff offices and upgrading of the injection room, reporting room, laboratory and interview room.  The unit was officially opened by Robert Plant in July 2014.

HCA - The Cyberknife Centre: 79 Harley Street

Contract Value

£1.1 Million

Contract Completion

2009

Floyd Slaski Roles

Architect

1/9

Floyd Slaski enjoys a challenge and they don’t come much bigger than installing a state of the art compact linear accelerator together with 300 tonnes of lead shielding in the basement of a grade II listed Georgian property in Harley Street.

 

Working closely with the users, suppliers, other consultants and Westminster Planning the practice was able to produce a scheme that blended contemporary design with eighteenth century style.

 

As the cyberknife needs a three metre clear headheight with over half a metre above for shielding and 900mm below for services and foundations the rear of the building had to be excavated to a depth of over 1.5m to ensure it would fit.  The building was occupied from the ground floor upward for the duration of the works including the lengthy period for underpinning.

 

The design also incorporates a single stage passenger lift, a large removable rooflight to permit removal of the cyberknife in the future, consulting rooms, offices, waiting area, WCs and nurses accommodation. 

 

The centre was opened in early 2009 as the first operational cyberknife facility in the UK.

ACUTE HEALTHCARE

ED, 

CRITICAL CARE  

& THEATRES

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