Bradford: Over a period of just 17 weeks, WDI refurbished ten individual patient rooms and two 3-person wards. This included full refurbishment of en-suite toilets and shower rooms. In the communal areas, we also upgraded the Mechanical & Electrical services and installed new roof-mounted plant to improve heating and ventilation. As well as repairs to existing damaged floor screeds, structural repairs to existing cupolas ensured the building was watertight.
Hampstead: WDI refurbished the third floor of the occupied hospice. This included the removal of existing non-structural walls and office areas to open out the corridor to form a new reception area and staff office. At the same time, we carried out a complete refurbishment of the existing toilets and patient dayroom over just 13 weeks. This included refurbishment and upgrade of the existing lift and the existing Mechanical & Electrical installations involving a new AHU unit on the hospice roof.
Newcastle: WDI constructed a single storey glazed extension which extended the canteen area over 17 weeks. This included excavation works within the courtyard and additional HVAC, power, lighting and internal structural works. The external works needed to be water-tight prior to the festive shutdown on 20th December 2013.
- Working in three different locations
- Structural works
- Delivering within short timescales
- Architect: JANE DARBYSHIRE & DAVID KENDAL
- Service Engineer: OPUS BUILDIGN SERVICES