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  • 1. 24/05/12© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 2. About BMJ Boswell Mitchell & Johnston Architects is a leading UK architecture practice with significant experience in healthcare, sciences, education and other projects such as residential, conservation, master-planning and commercial. Established in 1911 we have a reputation for delivering innovative, quality and Intelligent design solutions that are informed by sustainability and collaboration.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 3. Management Structure Directors Graham Brian Sonia Scott Scott Grier Nick Benn Stuart McConnell Associate Directors & Associates Duncan Chris Boyle Gavin Helen Georgina Raj Deb Mark Austin Leach Lemon Gamble Manson Core Staff Project Architectural Architects Technologists Architectural Senior Architectural Admin Staff Assistants Technologists© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 4. Services“We utilise the specialist skills and Managed through a network of studios in Glasgow, London, Belfast and Aberdeen, our coherent knowledge of our whole design approach to delivery ensures that all projects are team” completed to the highest standard and that clients receive true value. Services that we provide include: – Architecture – Brief writing – CDM–C services – Conservation – Interior Design – Master–planning – Project management – Refurbishment – Technical advisors© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 5. 100 Years of Architecture1911 – 1921 1922 – 1931 1932 – 1941© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 6. 100 Years of Architecture1942 – 1951 1952 – 1961 1962 – 1971© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 7. 100 Years of Architecture1972 – 1981 1982 – 1991 1992 – 2001 2002 – 2011© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 8. Healthcare© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 9. NHS Experience “Our involvement in Healthcare commenced in the early 1950’s” New Hospital Complexes Specialist Departments Private Sector Healthcare Clients – West of Scotland Cancer Care Centre, Glasgow – Accident & Emergency – General Healthcare Group – Inverclyde Royal Hospital – Oncology – Ross Hall Hospital – New South Glasgow Hospital – Outpatients – Western General, Edinburgh – Infectious Diseases Medical Research Project Clients – Dumfries & Galloway Royal Infirmary – Daycare/Surgery – University of Dundee at Ninewells Hospital – St John’s Hospital at Howden, Livingston – High Dependency – University of Ulster at Coleraine – Intensive Care, Coronary Care, Stroke – University of Edinburgh Specialist Buildings – Chest/G.I. Clinics – Imperial College London – Psychiatric Centres for Mentally Disturbed – Cardiac & ECG Laboratories – University of Glasgow – Medical/Health Centres – Rehabilitation Medicine – Western Infirmary – Secure Units – Laboratory Medicine – Beatson Institute – Oncology & Bone Marrow Transplant – Medical Illustration – Southern General Hospital – Neurosurgery & Neurology – Medical Physics – King’s College London – Maternity/Gynaecology – Pharmacies – University of Liverpool – Clinical Research Facilities – Theatres (various categories) Endoscopy – Medical Research Council – Oral & Maxillofacial – Radiodiagnosis, MRI, Linear Accelerator, Lithotripsy – University of St Andrews – ITSSU/CSSD – Surgical, Medical, Paediatric, Medicine for Elderly – Alzheimer Scotland – Limb Centres – Mortuary and Post Mortem Urology – University of Strathclyde – Clinical Waste – Burns and Plastic Surgery – Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service – Psychogeriatric & Geriatric Centres – Education/Conference Facilities, Lecture Theatres NHS Clients Framework Agreements – NHS Ayrshire & Arran We are currently appointed on the following major – NHS Lothian University Hospitals Framework Agreements which substantially involves – NHS Dumfries & Galloway new-build and refurbishment works to provide – NHS Lothian Primary and Community Division healthcare and related specialist facilities. – NHS Forth Valley – NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde – Health Facilities Scotland: Framework Scotland – NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde – NHS Ayrshire & Arran - Framework Agreement for – NHS Tayside Architectural Services 2008 – Guy’s & St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust – Scottish Futures Trust - Hub North – NHS Lothian© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 10. HealthcareAnalysis© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 11. New South Masterplanning and reference design for new £200m childrens’Glasgow hospital and £75m laboratory Building.HospitalClient / NHS Greater Glasgow & ClydeLocation / GlasgowSector / HealthcareValue / £200mRole / Technical AdvisorBMJ were responsible for the delivery ofexemplar plans for six Departments withinthe new Children’s Hospital planned forthe Southern General site.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 12. Neonatal Client advisors for new Neonatal building.BuildingClient / NHS Greater Glasgow & ClydeLocation / GlasgowSector / HealthcareValue / £18mRole / Client AdvisorWe were client advisors for a new 3 storeyextension constructed adjacent to theexisting maternity block as part of thefirst stage of the £750m redevelopmentof the Southern General Hospital site inGlasgow.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 13. Laboratory One of the largest laboratory facilities in Europe.Medicine BuildingClient / NHS Greater Glasgow & ClydeLocation / GlasgowSector / HealthcareValue / £75.7mRole / ArchitectThe centralised medical laboratories atSouthern General Hospital in Glasgowprovide medical laboratory spaceto support blood sciences, medicalgenetics, medical pathology andmicro-biology.This major healthcare building comprisesof 3 primary accommodation unitsthat are distributed around a centralsecure service yard linked to facilitiesmanagement and the national distribution.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 14. West of Scotland A landmark building that offers a welcoming environment for itsCancer Care Centre users.Client / NHS Greater GlasgowLocation / GlasgowSector / HealthcareValue / £50mRole / ArchitectThis new healthcare facility provides anew regional cancer care service to theWest of Scotland and centralises all NorthGlasgow oncology services from existingsites at the Western Infirmary, GartnavelGeneral Hospital, Stobhill Hospital andGlasgow Royal Infirmary.This major healthcare project was publiclyfunded with additional input receivedfrom three charitable organisations asdevelopment partners namely, Friends ofthe Beatson, Teenage Cancer Trust andMacmillan Cancer.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 15. Royal Hospital A landmark building that future generations will be proud of.for Sick ChildrenClient / NHS LothainLocation / EdinburghSector / HealthcareValue / £150mRole / Reference Design ArchitectWe were commissioned to work incollaboration with Nightingale Architectsto develop a Reference Design Proposalfor the re-provision of the RHSC andDepartment of Clinical Neurology,Edinburgh.The building form was developed as twodistinct parts. A larger “clinical” part anda smaller “sculptural” part – “the pod”,which contains the RHSC OutpatientDepartment and family hotel amongits functions arranged around a largededicated children’s atrium space withwaiting areas at ground floor level.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 16. Rowanbank 75 bed, mental health secure care centre.ClinicClient / Stobhill Hospital NHS TrustLocation / GlasgowSector / HealthcareValue / £15mRole / ArchitectRowanbank Clinic is a new mental healthsecure care facility at Stobhill Hospital.This facility aims to dramatically improveservices for people with mental healthproblems who may pose a risk to othersor have the potential to commit an offencebecause they are unwell.It provides specialist treatment andsupport in modern, purpose-builtaccommodation designed to meet thespecific needs of patients and staff.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 17. Psychiatric 84 bed acute psychiatric unit.UnitClient / NHS TaysideLocation / DundeeSector / HealthcareValue / £6mRole / ArchitectThis 84 bed Acute Psychiatric Unit wasbuilt at Ninewells Hospital alongsideexisting hospital services.The facility caters for people who sufferfrom various forms of mental illness.Security and observation were key designrequirements at all levels within thebuilding.The building is planned in a linear formwith a glazed circulation street running itsentire length. Wards are fed off this street.Security is of great importance in allwards with the Nurses Station positionedcentrally to afford maximum observation.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 18. South London & MaudsleyMental Health ProjectsClient / Kings Health PartnershipLocation / LondonSector / HealthcareValue / N/ARole / ArchitectOngoing feasibility studies for therefurbishment of almost a dozen mentalhealth care facilities in Maudsley, London.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 19. Glasgow Royal Refurbishment of the largest A&E department in Europe.Infirmary A&EClient / NHS Greater GlasgowLocation / GlasgowSector / HealthcareValue / £3.6mRole / ArchitectCompleted in early 2011 the GRI Accidentand Emergency (A&E) department is oneof the largest A&E facilities in Europe.The project involved upgrading andenlargement of the major healthcarefacility through conversion of the existingadjoining Plastic Surgery Unit.Accommodation comprises mainwaiting and reception area, supportadministration, x-ray suite, 21 immediateassessment rooms, triage and a series ofnurses bases throughout.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 20. Dumfries & Galloway Masterplan for new 200 bed hospital.Royal InfirmaryClient / NHS Dumfries & GallowayLocation / DumfriesSector / HealthcareValue / £150mRole / ArchitectThe project was secured through the NHSScotland HFS Framework and involvesa £140m redevelopment of the existingDumfries Royal Infirmary Hospital whichwas originally built in the 1970’s to aBoswell Mitchell & Johnston design.The reworking of the existing hospital willbe the first in Scotland to feature 100%single bedroom accommodation andwill include a brand new 200 bed wardblock and modern ambulatory care andoutpatient facilities as well as improvedintensive care, emergency care andsupport accommodation.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 21. Radiotherapy Bid for new radiotherapy unit at Altnagelvin Hospital.UnitClient / Western Health & Social Care TrustLocation / Altnagelvin, Northern IrelandSector / HealthcareValue / £30mRole / ArchitectCompetition entry for a new Radiotherapyunit at Altnagelvin Hospital near Belfast.Our design concept was informed byconsideration of the cancer patientexperience and treatment pathwaycombined with regard for the sitetopography and opportunities for futureexpansion.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 22. Prince & Princess Bid for new hospice in Glasgow.of Wales HospiceClient / PPWHLocation / GlasgowSector / HealthcareValue / £15mRole / ArchitectBid proposal for the new Prince &Princess of Wales Hospice in Glasgow.Our design placed the patient and theirfamily at the centre of the Hospice.A warm and welcoming space wasproposed, with the idea of wellness andcomfort within illness guiding the wholeapproach.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 23. Campbeltown A simple built form etched into a grassy meadow.Dental AccessCentreClient / NHS HighlandLocation / CampbeltownSector / HealthcareValue / £2.6mRole / ArchitectThe purpose built accommodationprovides accommodation for localindependent dental practitioners and aclinical teaching environment and trainingfacilities for undergraduate outreachdental training.In Architectural terms the designphilosophy was to create a building whichwas both welcoming and professional. Ithas been designed to open up as manyviews to the patient as possible from theentrance to the waiting area through tothe dental surgeries themselves, makingthe space bright, airy and generous infeel.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 24. Sciences© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 25. BMS A new BREEAM Outstanding Research Facility.AnnexClient / University of St AndrewsLocation / St AndrewsSector / SciencesValue / £14.5mRole / ArchitectThe functional brief was driven by thescientific vision to create new academicpositions to promote interaction betweenresearch groups within the building andalso to the adjacent buildings.The building will accommodate researchstaff and consists of open CL2 labs withsecondary specialist lab accommodationsuch as imaging labs and equipmentrooms together with lab support suchas cold rooms and wash-up facilities.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 26. Materials & Analytical With interaction between science disciplines at the heart of the brief,Sciences Building the proposals consist of four floors of laboratory and office space.Client / University of WarwickLocation / WarwickSector / SciencesValue / £17mRole / ArchitectWith interaction between sciencedisciplines at the heart of the brief, thisproject assists the University’s expansionambitions on a prominent site with a highquality sustainable design based on astriking architectural expression for theanalytical instrumentation suite to reflectthe cutting edge science being carried outwithin.Despite the demanding brief includingphysics, synthetic chemistry, high fieldmagnetic instrumentation and highresolution electron microscopy, in termsof sustainability the building has achievedBREEAM Excellent.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 27. Health Sciences The building was designed to encourage world class teaching.Client / Queens UniversityLocation / BelfastSector / SciencesValue / £8.7mRole / ArchitectThe new Health Science New Buildat Queens University Belfast housesaccommodation across 5 levels in twoseparate blocks.Two accommodation blocks are tiedtogether by an internal street and bothmirror and continue the rhythm of theurban fabric to the south of the site.The internal street acts as the primaryfocus and social hub of the building andits orientation allows for future expansionand integration within the campus.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 28. Mechanochemical Landmark new build research facility for molecular cancerCell Biology Building research.Client / University of WarwickLocation / WarwickSector / SciencesValue / £4.2mRole / ArchitectThe MCBB is a three storey new buildlaboratory facility for molecular cancerresearch. The building was required toprovide accommodation for a world classbiomedical research team and will striveto encourage interaction between sciencedisciplines.The building uses multiple layers ofenvironmental filters from clear glass tobrightly coloured vents which turn theirorientation from horizontal to vertical asthey corner he building and the sun dropsin the sky.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 29. Riddell Swan A state of the art facility supporting clinical, researchVeterinary Oncology and teaching activities.FacilityClient / University of EdinburghLocation / EdinburghSector / SciencesValue / £1.3mRole / ArchitectThis project has been designed to providea state of the art facility supporting clinical,research and teaching activities, raise theprofile of the School of Veterinary Studiesand cater for future needs.The Riddell Swan sets high standardsof design quality, with the principles ofsustainability, whole life costs and energyuse a major consideration.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 30. Centre for The new building will provide four storeys of laboratories andTranslational & associated office space.InterdisciplinaryResearchClient / University of DundeeLocation / DundeeSector / SciencesValue / £10.2mRole / ArchitectThe new building will provide four storeysof laboratories and associated officespace, including a state-of-the-art DrugDiscovery High Throughout ScreeningLaboratory and an open-plan floordedicated to interdisciplinary researchbringing together Mathematical Biology,Biophysics, Bioinformatics, Data Analysisand Software Development.One of the key aspirations of the newfacility is to enable innovation by breakingdown barriers between scientificdisciplines and to facilitate this we haveplaced a large central atrium at the heartof the proposals.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 31. Biomedical & Clinical A sophisticated, high quality medical research facility setResearch Centres within a complex environment.Client / University of GlasgowLocation / GlasgowSector / Higher EducationValue / £29mRole / ArchitectThis project provides sophisticated, highquality medical research facilities withina complex which has been carefullyplanned and designed with a high level ofinput from both the building users and thelocal community.It provides high levels of energy efficiencyand sustainability in the constructionand operation of the building while theservices and fabric are designed toreduce running and maintenance costs.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 32. Education© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 33. Edinburgh Two new secondary schools on one single campus set withinSchools collegiate parkland landscape.PPP2Client / Laing O’RourkeLocation / EdinburghSector / EducationValue / £50mRole / ArchitectWe were commissioned to design twonew secondary schools on one singleeducation campus set within a collegiateparkland landscape.Each school accommodates 900 pupilsand consists of 2 or 3 storey teachingwings relating back to a central atrium/hub that provides pupils with a varietyof vibrant and flexible social spaces.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 34. The Glasgow The new school is an inspiring place to learn.AcademyPreparatorySchoolClient / The Glasgow AcademyLocation / GlasgowSector / EducationValue / £5.5mRole / ArchitectThe Glasgow Academy is renownedfor providing high quality education andthe new school aimed to continue thistradition and facilitate the latest teachingmethods and technologies.The brief set out to create a school thatnurtured the pupils and gave them aunique and inspiring place to learn.We designed glass-fronted classroomsthat face the river Kelvin and give thestudents a light, airy and inspiring placeto learn.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 35. Other© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 36. Energy 27 individual high quality business units developed inDevelopment response to demand within the energy sector.CentreClient / Scottish EnterpriseLocation / AberdeenSector / CommercialValue / £4.6mRole / ArchitectAberdeen Science and Energy Park liesto the North of the City of Aberdeen andwas chosen by Scottish Enterprise asthe site for the new EDC in order to boostresearch and innovation in the energysector and help to secure the future of thenorth-east Scotland economy.The EDC comprises of 4 blocks thathouse 27 individual high quality businessunits developed in response to demandwithin the energy sector for flexibleaccommodation.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 37. Customer Refurbishment of 19th century Grade “A” listed MunicipalService Centre buildings in Greenock.Client / Inverclyde CouncilLocation / GreenockSector / SpecialistValue / £2mRole / ArchitectThis project is located within the 19thcentury Grade “A” listed Municipalbuildings in Greenock. The building itselfis viewed as the face of Inverclyde Counciland is an important feature of the town.The scope of the works was to refurbishthe ground floor area to house thecouncils public services. The proposalsare split into 3 main areas, the contactcentre, meeting rooms and a mezzaninefloor dedicated to staff call handling.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 38. Kilwinning Refurbishment of 1970’s fire stationFire StationClient / Strathclyde Fire & RescueLocation / KilwinningSector / SpecialistValue / £1.5mRole / ArchitectThe project involved the refurbishment ofthe original 1970’s Fire Station.Before the main works to the stationcould be tackled a temporary fire stationhad to be constructed in the rear yardand on completion of phase 1 this wassuccessfully undertaken.The facility included offices, equipmentdrying and storage, kitchen and canteenfacilities as well as dorms and recreationalfacilities.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 39. Scottish The Scottish Crime Campus will provide accommodationCrime Campus for over 1100 people.Client / Scottish GovernmentLocation / GlasgowSector / SpecialistValue / £83mRole / ArchitectThe Crime Campus brings together theScottish Crime and Drug EnforcementAgency, Serious Organised CrimeAgency, Her Majesty’s Revenue andCustoms, Scottish Police ServicesAuthority Forensic Services and CrownOffice Procurator Fiscal Service into asingle campus.In order to promote collaboration andinnovation across services we workedwith all agencies to ensure that the CrimeCampus meets the current and futureoperational requirements and encouragesshared working.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 40. Added Value Design Services© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 41. Sustainability 1BMJ has been shapingcommunities for over 100years and we take theenvironmental impact andlegacy of our work veryseriously.We understand our responsibility to createsustainable buildings and for every projectwe incorporate good design practices toconsider the whole life of a building and theimpact that it has on the wider environment.Our team, which includes an inhouseBREEAM Healthcare Assessor, is dedicatedto using the latest tools and techniques toensure that every building we design exceedsthe minimum sustainable standards. 2 3 5We have completed many projects withBREEAM ratings from Very Good toOutstanding.Recent projects include;1. Laboratory Medicine Building, Excellent2. Materials & Analytical Sciences, Excellent 43. BMS Annex, Outstanding (Pending)4. Mechanochemical Cell Biology, Excellent5. Energy Development Centre, Excellent© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 42. Sustainability–University of St AndrewsBMS Annex, BREEAM OutstandingThe BMS Annex provides a world leading Roller Blinds are installed along the eastsustainable facility that aims to promote elevation with weaved solar control fabricpioneering activity at the discipline interfaces providing both solar protection and a viewof Chemistry, Biology, Physics and Medicine out. A bris soleil and integral blinds areto address key problems in human health. installed to the west elevation labs.BREEAM and “Green Guide to Specification” Lighting is controlled via PIR’s outwithwere implemented to ensure a sustainable Laboratory areas and is day light linkedand energy efficient design was produced. to reduce output and demand. Low flush WC’s, low flow showers and sensor tapsNatural ventilation is provided to all office, are specified which all consume less potablewriting room and meeting room spaces. water than standard specifications for theThe building’s elevations were specifically same type of fittings.designed to provide ventilation with twolevels of manual user control. The building is a 24 hour, 365 day a year Research Facility, and the provision ofThe building meets with BREEAM CHP was identified as the most feasiblerequirements for natural ventilation, which option in the initial design stages. The CHPexceeds the levels required in the Building operates at 90/80 DegC temperatures soRegulations. The air tightness of the building that when the heat demand for the Annexwas designed on 7m3/hr/m2 @50Pa also drops, excess heat can be rejected into anexceeding the 2007 Scottish Building adjoining 1960’s Laboratory building via aRegulation Requirement. Plate Heat exchanger connected to one of the main system return lines. ThereforeThe buildings thermal fabric was designed the CHP acts as the base boiler for the newto significantly improve on the minimum Annex as well as the existing building.required U-values listed in the BuildingRegulations. This was achieved by The project provides a 54.2% reduction inincreasing the U-values of the various wall total carbon emissions as a result of theand roof elements between 20% and 56%. CHP integration and is currently on target for achieving a BREEAM “Outstanding”Several measures to reduce solar gain rating post construction.and glare control have been implemented.High performance solar glazing is specifiedthroughout, optimised to balance letting lightand solar gain in but excludes overheatingand large heat loses.© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 43. Interior Design 1How you experience abuilding can be changed,reinforced or intensified bywhat we find inside.Interior design is different from architecture.It can be more dramatic, less about keepingthe rain out and more about creating astriking, fashionable and comfortableexperience.Our expert interior designers work to makean intuitive response to interior design thatcan make a difference to your internal space.What is obvious to us is that the users caremore about what happens inside a buildingrather than the elevations. They want to seethe designer’s team putting their thought and 2 3 5effort into the interior design.1. Glasgow Royal Infirmary A&E2. Campbeltown Dental Centre3. BMS Annex4. Materials & Analytical Sciences Building5. Scottish Crime Campus 4© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 44. Interior Design–Glasgow Royal Infirmary A&E,Colour Study© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 45. BriefingFundamental to the We carry out a 2 stage briefing process to ensure that project objectives are fullysuccess of a project is identified.the quality of the brief. Outline Brief Through a collaborative process of user workshops, information gathering investigations and precedent benchmarking we agree a structured schedule of accommodation requirements on a room by room basis. Detailed Brief User briefing workshops continue until a fully documented brief of the users spacial, architectural, environmental and servicing requirements is agreed. Interrogate the brief Q&A User group meetings Brain process Development of brief to concept© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 46. Clinical Healthcare PlanningHaving the skills andknowledge to understand,interrogate, and bring orderto a complex brief is anessential component ofhealthcare design.We bring our specialist knowledge andinterrogate a brief thoroughly to determinecritical adjacencies, functional relationships,efficient and separation of flows e.g. FM. Wequestion and re-question the brief to gaina thorough understanding of operationalrequirements. 1:200 RHSC department planMajor healthcare facilities are among themost complex of building types; housinga diversity of functions, services andaccommodation types – often linked bya web of functional relationships andinterdependencies. Functional units withinthe hospital can have competing needs andpriorities. This can often lead to conflict;with different functions fighting for the samelocation.Our designs are informed primarily byconsideration of the users’ (patients, family,staff and visitors) experience and clinicalpathways combined with regard for the siteenvironment and opportunities for flexibilityand future extension. Analysis of maternity bedroom suite© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
  • 47. BIMBIM enables us tocollaborate with consultantteams in a more efficient andeffective way.BIM is now an integral part of our approachto all major projects. It gives us better clarityfor early planning and cost certainty, andreduces risks throughout the projectlife-cycle.It allows for...– Better outcomes through collaboration– Enhanced performance– Optimised solutions– Greater predictability– More efficient project delivery– Reduced safety risk– Reduced waste– Whole life asset management– Continual improvement© Boswell Mitchell & Johnston
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