Older Persons Mental Health Unit, Swindon

  • Client: Avon & Wiltshire NHS Trust
  • Architect: Kendall Kingscott
  • Project Manager: Inventures
  • Project Value: £5.3m

New build healthcare facility to provide 52 Elderly Mental Illness beds and a Community Mental Health Team base at the Great Western Hospital site, Swindon

The new facilities include wards with single en-suite rooms overlooking garden areas, a room for reflection, outpatient facilities, a therapies centre, and a memory clinic.

Old Persons Mental Health Unit

Alzheimer and Dementia Care Home , Swindon

  • Client: Milestone Trust
  • Project Manager: First Fox Architecture
  • Project Value: £2.5m

AP LTD are assisting Milestone Trust with all aspects of the mechanical and electrical engineering services for this 73-bed new-build care, home offering residential and nursing care. The project involves detailed discussions with department leaders to establish the best possible solutions when considering the comfort and well-being of the users.

Alzheimer and Dementia Care Home

Royal Battle & Berkshire Hospital Consolidation, Reading

  • Client: RBBH Trust
  • Architect: Nightingale Associates
  • Project Manager: Mouchel Management
  • Project Value: £135m

This multi-phased project brought together the healthcare services from Battle Hospital in Reading onto the main Royal Berkshire Hospital site. The project was carried out over 10 years and involved the creation of a new A&E Department, MRI scanner wards, in excess of 300 in-patient beds, maternity wards, hydro-therapy pool, multi-storey car park and many other departments. All this was carried out on a live and very busy existing site.

Royal Battle and Berkshire Hospital Consolidation

University of Bristol, CETL Chemistry Laboratories

  • Client: University of Bristol
  • Architect: Kendall Kingscott
  • Project Manager: Capita Symonds Ltd
  • Project Value: £13m

Refurbishment of two floors of existing laboratory accommodation to provide new ‘state of the art’ Chemistry Teaching facility. The project was designed and constructed within 12 months, including strip-out of the existing facility.

Dominic Anderson was the lead mechanical and electrical consultant for the demanding projects which took place above four floors of the existing building which remained in occupation throughout the contract.

Key to the success of the project was the ability to agree with the University the use of ‘low-volume’ fume cupboards. This not only reduced the University’s energy consumption but also enabled the ventilation systems to be installed with the minimum of disruption to other departments within the building.

University of Bristol CETL Chemistry Laboratories