Our Projects: University of Surrey, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Re-modelling of two departments within the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences within the main complex of the University of Surrey.
The works were undertaken in two separate buildings and involved:-
Human Physiology Development & Clinical Investigation Ward Existing facilities underwent a complete transformation to provide new, flexible teaching space for the study of the mechanical, physical and biochemical functions of the human body. Facilities include teaching laboratories, investigation offices, a –25°C walk-in cold room and a self contained clinical investigation unit. This unit includes a clinical ward, observation room, kitchen and showers, all with controllable environments, lighting, blackout blinds to allow for sleep experiments to be undertaken.
Health and Medical Science The existing facilities which are located in the Duke of Kent building have been extended and refurbished to also provide paramedic, nursing and surgical team education. The teaching facilities are designed to simulate a realistic hospital environment with discrete observation rooms and audio visual equipment to aid the teaching process. The facilities include and A&E entrance, fully equipped surgical theatre, an intensive care unit, a clinical skills ward, a standard hospital ward, a maternity room and a community flat for rehabilitation training and rescue training.
- Client: University of Surrey
- Sector: Education
- Services: Building SurveyingHealth and SafetyProject Management
- Contract: £900,000