Barts Health NHS Trust - London
Jameson Projects recently completed works on a project at the Barts Health NHS Trust, reconfiguring a space in the Accident & Emergency section of the Royal London Hospital.
The reconfiguration was to create a space for undertaking the aspect of triaging a patient from their own home, in the height of the pandemic, in order to reduce the number of patients coming into the hospital.
The centre had to be located within the A&E section of the hospital to allow for on-call doctors to provide any further advice to that given by the nursing team located in the new Triage room.
Our work involved the survey of the existing space, both from a fabric and MEP point of view, and we relied upon a building surveyor for the fabric element. A feasibility study was produced for the client that also included preliminary layout and all necessary calculations following validation of the existing mechanical systems, for them to review.
The client then took on our designs and undertook the tender and letting of the contract.
Once all works were nearing completion, we returned to sign off the works and on behalf of our client. The area is now in daily use and works successfully for the client.
We are working on a range of additional projects for this client, including the provision of a cycle to work scheme and works to update a sensory room which as part of the works will require some additional cooling.