Leeds Oncology Bexley Wing
Nicholas Holt was Senior Planning Manager on the development of the Leeds Oncology Bexley Wing. He was responsible for the planning function of the 67,000 m2 hospital wing; working closely with the hospital authorities, ambulance, and police and fire services to integrate the construction into a very tight site at the centre of a huge operational hospital. Nick integrated the installation of major treatment equipment into the overall construction plan and created opportunities for hospital authorities to commence moving into the building prior to practical completion. The wing was then completed on time and to a clinical completeness that allowed patients to be treated just 10 days after practical completion.
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
|Client:||North-West Thames Regional Health Authority|
Nicholas Holt was Planning Manager for the development of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. The development was a 650-bed teaching hospital with a separate mental health unit and nurses home constructed on a very tight site off the Fulham Road. Nick worked closely with the design team and contractors to introduce an accelerated programme for the recovery of three months’ design delays. He incorporated into the construction programme multiple design changes and Client additions.
Personnel Recovery Centre
|Client:||Help for Heroes|
Richard Brooke worked as Project Manager on a 3-storey recovery centre consisting of social spaces, rehabilitation & training rooms, IT suite, gymnasium, office and administration spaces to the ground floor. 50 DDA compliant en-suite rooms to upper floors with self-help kitchens. Extensive external landscaping incorporating rehabilitation themes, car parking, external kitchen and section 278 highway improvement scheme.
St James’s University Hospital
|Client:||The Leeds Teaching NHS Trust|
Richard Brooke worked as Assistant Project Manager on The Bexley Wing, a newly-build addition to the St James’s University Hospital campus in Leeds. The Bexley Wing is the largest cancer treatment facility in Europe with 12 linear accelerator bunkers and supports a wide range of specialist healthcare provision.
Hexham General PFI Hospital
|Client:||Northumbria NHS Trust|
Richard Brooke worked as Construction Manager on the redevelopment of Hexham General PFI Hospital, which provided brand new healthcare technologies and services. The three-level hospital has 98 beds, including two 27-bed medical wards, a 28-bed surgical ward, a 10-bed maternity unit and a six-bed critical care unit.