Guys and Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

ST THOMAS’ HOSPITAL – A&E DEPARTMENT

  • A&E refurbishment
  • Multi Phased project
  • Active A&E Department
  • Crucial logistical planning

Phased construction and refurbishment project to provide new acute admission ward, new paediatrics unit, new initial assessment area, urgent care centre, majors area, resus and staff support areas together with emergency x-ray unit and ambulance emergency access corridor. A high standard of internal finishes was achieved throughout the department. A new modular extension was also installed above the A&E department to create additional office space.

 

EVELINA CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

  • Children’s hospital
  • Live hospital department
  • Refurbish and remodelling of existing facilities

Refurbishment and remodelling of existing facilities to improve functionality and provide a contemporary space. Works undertaken in live environment with minimal disruption to daily functions and patient flow. The scope of works included the refurbishment of the ground floor reception area and existing side rooms into four new consultation rooms designed for children’s admissions.

 

ST THOMAS’ HOSPITAL – CRITICAL RESEARCH FACILITY

  • Phased project
  • Live hospital environment

This project commenced with 9 months of extensive demolitions requiring temporary works support design to the second floor Lambeth South Wing. Extensive steel supports had to be strategically positioned for the retainment of existing walls, floors and roof areas. This was followed by the refurbishment of existing 3rd floor space and plant room to create a new Critical Care Facility and provided a new nurse base station, 6 bay bed area, treatment and examination room, research support office, commercial dietary kitchen, new main reception and assisted WCs together with a staff relaxation area.

KEY POINTS:

  • This relationship saw St Thomas’ historic A&E department completely refurbished and is Logan’s biggest contract to date
  • Relationship with the Trust continues, with two ‘live’ projects completed so far this year
  • 4 projects completed to date
  • circa £22m

LOCATION:
London

VALUE:

St Thomas’ Hospital – A&E Department
£19,000,000

Evelina Children’s Hospital
£230,000

St Thomas’ Hospital – Critical Research Facility
£1,550,000

“Just a quick note to say thank you on behalf of the ED clinical team for the successful delivery of phase three south, which marks a very important milestone in the ECP project. I know this phase has been tricky, but I have received nothing but the highest praise for your professionalism, consideration and respect for our staff and patients and willingness to work with us to resolve issues and achieve the best possible outcome… I am proud to be associated with such as great team.”

Sara Leeson, Emergency Floor Rebuild Project Manager
Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

“Logan Construction took a very pro-active approach to this project. Over a period of 3 years they completed the expansion and refurbishment of one of London’s busiest Emergency Departments without adversely impacting on the operational performance of the care provided to our patients. This was an excellent example of working in collaboration with the Trust and the quality of the finished work is very impressive.”

Alastair Gourlay, Director
Essentia

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