Projects > Healthcare
  • Central Health Clinic
    The re-organisation and refurbishment of a large section of the Central Health Clinic for University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust. The project created the physical framework for the integration of sexual health services throughout Bristol. JIA led a consultant team comprising Houghton Greenlees Associates (service engineering), Opus International (structural engineering) and Clark Associates (quantity surveying). The main contractor was Bray and Slaughter Ltd.

  • Pathology: Managed Equipment Service
    The re-organisation of a significant section of Level 8 at the Bristol Royal Infirmary Queen’s Building to facilitate the introduction of automated blood testing machinery. JIA worked closely with the Unit to develop a layout that both promoted a smooth work flow, but also allows for future flexibility in configuration. The works were phased to allow 24/7 working throughout the construction programme.

  • Ward 7: Overhaul
    The re-organisation and refurbishment of an old Nightingale style ward dating from around 1910. The original sash windows were overhauled and humidity controlled ventilators were installed in the top rails to improve air quality. Heating pipes, electrical and data cabling were encased in a central ceiling downstand, retaining the spacious ceiling height over the rest of the ward. A careful selection of floor finishes, contemporary lighting fittings, a new beech faced nurses' station and a warm colour scheme all enhanced the patient experience.

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