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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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Portfolio: Laboratories

The London Clinic

116 Harley Street

Spinal Injury Clinic & Pathology Laboratory

Contract Value

£23 million

Contract Completion

2012

Floyd Slaski Roles

Lead Consultant

Architect

Interior Designer

Contract Administrator

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The site was originally occupied by three large town houses numbers 114, 116 & 118 and a Grade II Georgian town house number 120. Two of the buildings extended to mews cottages accessed from the rear of the site. Phase 1 of the works involved the retention of the majority of the main elevation facades with total demolition behind.  After lowering basement level a completely new 6-storey shell was erected, inside the retained walls, to produce a large expanse of uninterrupted floor space served by a new service core(s) providing three new lifts and main access stairs. Phase 2 involved the full 'Fit Out' of the shell and core building. Accommodation included 25 consulting examination suites, a spinal injury clinic and a new pathology department which included and automated blood science laboratory, a microbiology laboratory with Cat 3 Lab, immunology and PCR, human stem cell lab with cryo preservation room, a large histopathology department along with staff changing and a catering facility. 

Institute of Hepatology

Contract Value

£4.5 million

Contract Completion

2016

Floyd Slaski Roles

Design and Build Architect

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The New Institute of Hepatology, built by Neilcott Construction with Floyd Slaski as the Architects on a Design and Build project, for the Foundation for Liver Research on the Kings College Hospital Denmark Hill Campus, Binfield Court, Coldharbour Lane.  This project entailed the demolition of the existing building and the construction of a three storey building which has provided offices, meeting and presentation spaces, research laboratories and additional research space.