Project: Osborne GroveAddress: Osborne Grove, 16 Upper Tollington Park, London, N4 3ELClient: London Borough of HaringeyContract Value: £2.4MForm of Contract: Standard Form of Building Contract, Private with Quantities 1998 Edition including all amendmentsArchitect: Hazel McCormack YoungDescription:The works comprise the construction of a new care home building in the traditional styleto provide 32 bedroom units with en-suite wcs, and communal facilities including adaycentre. Concrete trench fill foundations, precast concrete beam and pot ground floorand precast slabs first floors. External walls are mainly facing brick cavity construction,with some facing blockwork cavity walls. Concrete surrounds around Velfac windows.The roofs are pitched formed using timber trusses and covered with Eternit slatesInternal loadbearing blockwork walls generally are cavity type between bedroom unitsand the communal and circulation areas. Elsewhere internal partitions are a mixture ofplastered blockwork, double and single metal stud.
Specialist disabled sanitaryware is to be provided throughout. The living areasincorporate a main kitchen (suitably fitted out with commercial stainless steel units andextract system), kitchenettes, laundry and sluice facilities. The building also includesoffice, shop and staff facilities.Walls and ceilings are generally painted plaster, with suspended ceilings in the corridorsproviding space to run the services, wet areas are only part wall tiled. Central heating isa radiator system with a central boiler.Floor coverings are carpets within the bedroom units with vinyl to all wet areas and theentrance foyer.Paved areas surround the building and a new tarmac finished road with security gatesforms the access, with parking facilities clearly marked out.
Project: Mile End HospitalAddress: Bancroft Road London E1 4DGClient: Tower Hamlets Primary Care TrustContract Value: £2,141,270.31Form of Contract: JCT Standard Form with Quantities 2005 incorporating CDPDuration: 55 WeeksArchitect: Tangram ArchitectsDescription:The works for this project entailed the following:New build construction of a 3 storey education unit for Mile End Hospital, incorporatingclassrooms, lecture theatres, resource areas, reception, offices, and w / c’s. Fully integratedintelligent M&E installations comfort cooling and ICT services.Construction was a steel frame with insitu concrete floors, rendered masonary, external walls,single-ply membrane and flat roof coverings. Built within an internal courtyard within the hospital.
Project: Netley Primary SchoolAddress: NETLEY STREET, LONDON, NW1 3EJClient: London Borough of Camden - Education DepartmentContract Value: £846, 755Form of Contract: JCT 1998 standard, LA with QuantitiesDuration: 35 weeksArchitect: Haverstock AssociatesDescription:This project involved the construction of a single storey structure to provide the London Borough ofCamden with an Autistic Unit and Community Building. The steel framed, dry lined development isclad with curved timber panels containing powder coated aluminium framed windows.The roof is clad in Eternit slate and Kalzip cladding, incorporating Sarnafil continuous guttering.Internally, acoustic suspended ceilings provide a functional & decorative finish. Heating of the buildingis provided by an under floor gas fired system, designed to allow maximum use of space within the unit.
Jerram Falkus is always keen to employ the use of Green Technologies where possible and within thisproject Sun Pipe Lighting was incorporated in to the design in order to help illuminate the 338m2educational facility. Due to the confined location of the site, management of the project had to be of thehighest order to allow efficient coordinated working to be carried out without danger to pupils and staffin adjoining areas.
Project: Jack TizardClient London Borough of Hammersmith & FulhamArchitect Hox Design (formerly Clarke Kidwell Architects)Quantity Surveyor John Cobb & PartnersContract Period 52 weeksContract Value £3,142,000Design & Construction of a Flagship SEN Educational FacilityThe construction of a two/three storey, steel framed, special needs educational facility with state of the artmedical facilities, for the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham. The front elevation boasting a largemosaic feature wall.The construction of this structure with external services and infrastructure commenced after the demolitionof the old school buildings. Colour coded corridors help the students navigate around the school and helpvisual recognition within the students.A Sensory Development room helps the most severely disabled pupils (aged 3-18 yrs) gain enjoyment fromsites, sounds and textures other pupils take for granted. This is managed through the substitution of thosemediums with forces the student can distinguish and appreciate.A gym, secure external play areas and creative internal décor means the students are able to learn anddevelop while in a surrounding that suggest comfort, fun and specialist care.
Additional relevant Health sector projectsWhipps Cross Hospital, London E11Ward refurbishment programme for Whipps Cross University Hospital NHS Trust. TangramArchitects and Designers, The Leathermarket, Weston Street, London SE1 3EX£ 1,900,000Meadow House, Ealing General Hospital, EalingExtension to form a Hospice Day Care Centre and teaching accommodationfor West LondonHealthcare NHS Trust. Architects Design Partnership, Hendford Manor, 33 Hendford, Yeovil,Somerset.£ 938,000Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London WC1Conversion to form a MRI Scanner Department for Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Trust.Nightingale Associates, The Cherry Barn, High Street, Harwell, Oxford, OX11 OEY£ 630,000St Pancras Hospital, London NW1Refurbishment of the east wing for Camden NHS Primary Care TrustThe Capital Projects Department, St Pancras Hospital, 4 St Pancras Way, London NW1 0PE£ 452,000Finsbury Health Centre, Pine Street, London EC1Refurbishment of the external fabric of a Grade I listed building for Camden NHS Primary CareTrust Avanti Architects, 1 Torriano Mews, London NW5£ 350,000Royal Docks Health Centre, London E16Internal alterations for Newham Community Health Services NHS TrustFDE Architects, 15 Old Ford Road, London E2 9PJ£ 125,000St Luke’s Hospice, Kenton Grange, Kenton, MiddlesexAlterations and extensions to form a residential Hospice for The Trustees. David R Yeoman &Associates, 73 Canning Rd Harrow, Middlesex HA3 7SP£ 2,950,000Finsbury Health Centre, Pine Street, London, EC1Refurbishment of external fabric of a Grade I Listed Building for Camden & Islington, CommunityHealth Services NHS Trust. Avanti Architects, 1 Torriano Mews, London NW5£ 350,000