Royal Free Hospital – Lower Ground Floor Advice Centre Refurbishment

Royal Free Hospital – Lower Ground Floor Advice Centre Refurbishment

Summary of Project:

A new Advice Centre was required on the lower ground floor of the Royal Free Hospital to offer free support to patients for the Royal Free Charity, similar to the support provided by Macmillan Cancer Support. The area included a centre manager and a welfare benefits adviser for patient assistance. The project and was built in the area that was previously used as a patient library and needed electrical and mechanical services during the refurbishment works. The project mainly consisted of stripping out and extending existing supplies.

A few of the electrical systems that were installed included new lighting and emergency lighting, small power, security, fire alarm, containment, and structured cabling installation.

A few of the mechanical works that were installed included dual ductwork ventilation, clean extract ductwork, new domestic water services, and new automatic controls to site BMS.



Site Addresses:  The Royal Free Hospital, Pond Street, London, NW3 2QG

Programme:  7 weeks

Client:  Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Principal Contractor:  Cuffe Plc

Consultant:  Mott MacDonald

Architect: P+HS Architects Limited

Project Value:  £40,000