Medicine Packaging Unit

Design and Build, fast-track, fit-out project to provide a new Medical Packaging Unit for a London Emergency Service Provider.

Architect: Fulkers Bailey Russell
Quantity Surveyor: Fulkers Bailey Russell
Location: London
Duration: 24 weeks

We were appointed to provide a new Medical Packaging Unit for a London Emergency Service Provider during the volatile market conditions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the challenges presented by COVID-19 and Brexit, we were able to achieve the fast-track fit-out program desired by the Trust. We successfully coordinated our procurement activities, particularly over the significant structural steel package.

Our brief included developing the design from RIBA Stage 3 for the fit-out of a goods in/out area, packaging areas, controlled substances storage room, a reception, an eight-person meeting room, four-person administrative offices, quality assurance offices, an archive area, a mess-room with kitchenette, changing rooms, and toilets. We also constructed a new mezzanine floor, erected a new 2.4m high LPS1175 SR rated security fence, gates, and fold-down bollards, replaced the existing loading shutters and fire exit door, and installed new condenser units and louvres.

As we were working within a business park, we had a robust logistics and traffic management plan in place, given the high footfall of the occupied business park. This included clear segregation for the adjacent shops, warehouses, and commercial storage units. We routinely reviewed our safeguards, access/egress routes, and public interfaces within the formal weekly reports and fortnightly progress meetings with the Trust.

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