HOSPITALS CAN BE STRESSFUL AND INTIMIDATING PLACES, BUT WE KNOW THAT BETTER ENVIRONMENTS SECURE BETTER HEALTH OUTCOMES. Andrew Smith, head of healthcare
Healthcare buildings are the places where many of us will experience life’s most profound events and yet they are also complex technological facilities which have to operate efficiently.
Our designs pay close attention to clinical effectiveness and efficiency but they always prioritise people - patients, their visitors and the staff who care for them.
Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest networked cancer centres in the UK.
The conversion of the ExCeL London exhibition centre into an emergency COVID-19 hospital facility.
An award winning specialist hospital the centre of a new model of healthcare delivery serving over 600,000 people in the Gwent countryside. A section of the hospital opened early in 2019/20 to help cope with covid-19 cases and went on to be fully completed 42 weeks early through modern methods of construction and an exemplary collaborative 'one team' approach.
Two new state-of-the-art hospital buildings will bring Elderly Care, General Medicine, HIV and Clinical Infection wards up to modern standards, and establish the hospital as the Major Trauma Centre for the region. The new build will include 361 beds, 65% of which will be in single en-suite rooms, a helipad and additional parking spaces underground.
The building rises out of the park on approach with an undulating profile, making it instantly recognisable and a striking and iconic gateway to Liverpool.
The New Children’s Hospital with associated Children’s Research and Innovation Centre facilitates the specialist and complex care of young people with serious illnesses.
The new hospital presents a high quality public face utilising a semi-randomised façade aesthetic giving a non-institutional character to the bedroom wings.
The four storey building, home to the UK's first pioneering Rare Diseases Centre for Children, comprises a combined inpatient and outpatient cancer centre and three new operating theatres.
Andrew is a principal and head of Sheffield studio. He is also head of the healthcare sector.
Benedict is a principal and chair of the architecture profession. He leads the London studio health team of architects, engineers, interior designers and other specialists.
Nick is our chief executive and leads the practice's business strategy.
Jennifer is an architect director based in the Sheffield studio. She works in the healthcare sector and is a high-level clinical designer of acute hospitals.
Christoph is an architect and principal in the Glasgow studio.
Adrian heads the healthcare team in our Bristol studio.
Ged is a principal who leads the architect profession group in our Manchester studio.
Max is an architect and principal in the Sheffield studio.
James is a principal and leads engineering teams on projects across all sectors, working closely with the architects to design sustainable buildings.
Robert is a principal and he leads our environmental design and building services team in Manchester.
Kristen is an interior design director with experience in the healthcare, commercial and education sectors.
Paul is an architect director in our London studio specialising in complex healthcare projects.
Dominic Hook is an architect director in the London studio who specialises in healthcare and education projects.
Steve has extensive experience as a building services engineer specialising in complex laboratory and healthcare projects and leads these sectors in the London studio.
Vicky is an Architect Director and leads the Leeds studio which was established in 2019.
Enzo is an architect director in our London studio specialising in complex healthcare project leadership and delivery.
To find out more about our healthcare team's work and recent projects have a look at their latest brochure.
Following a devastating fire which caused significant damage to the Paterson cancer research facility in 2017, building work on the new Paterson building at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust in Manchester has completed
A new state-of-the-art teaching centre for health and medical students has opened its doors at the University of Worcester.
Listen to Jesse Klimitz and Rosalind Tsang, AIA, LEED AP BD C describe the concept of ‘meanwhile use’ and how it could help The Big Apple.
A new, modern Urgent & Emergency Care Centre for Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust, designed by BDP, has opened to the community.
The planning committee at Camden Council has resolved to grant planning permission for BDP’s proposed new entrance building for Great Ormond Street Hospital.
BDP was appointed as part of the Tilbury Douglas team to deliver the detailed design phase of the construction of the new Catterick Integrated Care Campus and to bring the project to planning application.
At the end of last month, a team of 15 brave rowers from our Birmingham studio took part in the annual Dragon Boat Race, raising over £2000 for the Birmingham Children’s Hospital Trust. The course stretched along Birmingham’s historic canals, and saw some familiar local company teams such as Graham Construction, Cushman and Wakefield and Gymshark compete against one another to take home the coveted trophy.
Watch video by BDP about our Award winning Alder Hey Children's Health Park in Liverpool.