Floyd Slaski LLP

 
Address   39-43 Putney High Street
London
SW15 1SP
United Kingdom 
 
   020 3910 2400   
Email   fsp@floydslaski.co.uk  
Website   www.floydslaski.co.uk 
Contact   Mr David Francis Whitestone 

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1: Project NameHarefield Hospital Redevelopment
Dates: 2016 - 2017
Location: Harefield 
Gross Area: Not available 
Sectors:
Health - Hospitals
 
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Key Services:
Full Architectural Service
 
Description:
Harefield Hospital Redevelopment - Section 1: Extension of existing ITU and construction of new MRI, CT and staff facilities. Section 2: Expansion onto the balcony of G Floor (Juniper Ward) and internal alterations to provide a 20 bed private patient ward. Section 1: A single storey unit that expands the existing ITU department comprising six enclosed intensive care bed spaces with additional nursing facilities. An MRI/CT Suite providing state of the art imaging services to both inpatients and outpatients. A staff facilities area providing larger changing rooms, WCs and showers for staff. A staff common room which is designed as a break area and the work room adjacent can be used for staff training and seminars. Section 2: Works has completed on the second floor of the main curved east wing to provide a 20 bed private patient ward, the ward comprises 16 single bedded rooms with ensuite facilities, an associated 4 bedded HDU, nursing facilities, ward kitchen, visitor waiting, staff changing and recreational areas and administrative offices.
 
2: Project NameInstitute of Hepatology
Dates: 2015 - 2016
Location: London 
Gross Area: Not available 
Sectors:
Education - Higher Education,  Industrial - Research
 
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Key Services:
Design & Build,  Full Architectural Service
 
Description:
The new Institute of Hepatology, built by Neilcott Construction with Floyd Slaski as the Architects on a Design and Build project, for the Foundation for Liver Research on the Kings College Hospital Denmark Hill Campus, Binfield Court, Coldharbour Lane. This project entailed the demolition of the existing building and the construction of a three storey building which has provided offices, meeting and presentation spaces, research laboratories and additional research space.
 
3: Project NameSleep Centre at the Royal Brompton Hospital
Dates: 2012 - 2014
Location: London 
Gross Area: Not available 
Sectors:
Health - Hospitals
 
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Key Services:
Full Architectural Service
 
Description:
Floyd Slaski were employed by the Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust as architects for the provision of a new Sleep Centre at the Royal Brompton site in Chelsea. The Royal Brompton Hospital is a world- leader in the research and treatment of sleep disorders including pioneering work in sleep apnoea, positive pressure airway therapy and home ventilation. The existing centre treated over 1,500 patients a year and with the expansion of the service into newly refurbished premises this has allowed the number treated to increase and the service to diversify. The practice worked closely with user groups and Steven Appleby, a Trust employed artist, to ensure that the new building provided an harmonious atmosphere where patients are put at ease throughout all stages of their treatment. The work involved the complete refit of the ground floor of the Listed "Brompton Fire Station" and the adjoining Trafalgar Chambers together with the construction of a new wing to the rear. The scheme included four bedrooms for observed and monitored overnight stays, three clinic rooms, waiting, reception, offices, technical laboratory, staff and patients' kitchen and wcs.
 
4: Project Name41-42 Welbeck Street
Dates: 2013 - 2015
Location: London 
Gross Area: Not available 
Sectors:
Offices - General
 
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Key Services:
Design & Build,  Full Architectural Service
 
Description:
Facing onto Welbeck Street London W1, Nos. 41 and 42 were substantial five storey buildings plus basements. The redevelopment entailed merging both buildings into one entity providing six floors of new open plan office accommodation behind the fully retained front facades to provide rationalised flexible DDA compliant office space. A service and circulation core comprises a disabled compliant lift, ambulant disabled staircase, ventilation and electrical riser ducts, unisex toilets and cleaners cupboards. Disabled WC facilities are provided at Ground and Second Floor levels. A disabled WC and Shower, Locker and Drying Room, Electrical Switchroom and Comms Room are provided at Basement Level. Principal air conditioning plant is located on the roof within acoustic enclosures in a visually screened area. A biodiverse brown roof and accessible external terrace are provided at Second floor. The three storey extension at Basement, Ground and First Floors provides continuous uninterrupted floor plates extending out to Cross Keys Close. The new contiguous first floor extension has been designed with large recessed lightwells on either side to reflect the original built form and to respond to the existing basement lightwells serving both No. 40 and 43. Two large rooflights have been introduced within these lightwells at first floor roof level, to conduct natural light into both the ground and basement floors. There are no rights of light issues affecting either of these buildings. These new proposals are fully compliant with daylight/sunlight analysis.
 
5: Project Name116 Harley Street
Dates: 2006 - 2009
Location: London 
Gross Area: 2 000 to 4 999 sqm 
Sectors:
Conservation - Georgian Buildings,  Health - General
 
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Key Services:
Full Architectural Service,  Interior Design
 
Description:
This major healthcare facility, costing £23 Million was procured in two distinct construction phases with Floyd Slaski acting as Lead Consultant, Architect, Interior Designer and Contract Administrator for both phases. The site was originally occupied by three large town houses Nos. 114, 116 and 118 and a Grade II Georgian town house No. 120. Two of the buildings extended to rear mews cottages accessed from the rear of the site. Phase 1 of the works involved the retention of the majority of the main elevation facades with total demolition behind. After lowering basement level a completely new 6-storey shell was erected inside the retained walls, to produce a large expanse of uninterrupted floor space served by a new service core(s) providing three new lifts and main access stairs. This shell and core work included the construction of two large glazed atria designed to bring daylight into the deep floor plans at both ground and basement level. Extensive consultation with Westminster City Council's Planning and Conservation Departments were necessary due to the high profile location of the site. This process included preparing detailed plans to assist use swap negotiations. Phase 2 of the works involved the full 'Fit Out' of the shell and core building with the following healthcare facilities. Basement: A comprehensive new Pathology Department: incl. Automated Blood Science Laboratory, Microbiology Lab with Cat 3 Lab, Immunology and PCR and large Histopathology Department Ground Floor: Main Reception Spine Clinic Treatment Centre Consulting Suites 1st - 4th Floors: A range of fully fitted consulting suites with waiting and ancillary accommodation. During the design development of the main project No. 120 Harley Street was added to the total development. This Grade II building dating from the late eighteenth century involved extensive negotiations with Westminster's Conservation Officers. Agreement was finally reached to proceed in the following manner. a. Retention and full refurbishment of the original Listed Building including restoration of extensive historic detailing. b. Demolition of later buildings to the rear of the site to be replaced by a two-storey structure with glazed barrel vaulted roof. This structure contains a new therapy gym, phlebotomy rooms and administration accommodation. c. It proved impossible to insert a lift into the Listed Building and so a new lift was constructed on the other side of the party wall hidden from sight by automatic jib doors. On this project Floyd Slaski was lead consultant managing a large team of complementary professionals including: Quantity Surveying Structural Engineer Planning Consultant CDM Co-ordinator Party Wall Surveyor Services Engineer Acoustic Specialist Approved Inspector Drainage Engineer
 
6: Project NameHarefield Hospital - Private Patient Outpatients
Dates: 2016 - 2017
Location: Harefield 
Gross Area: Not available 
Sectors:
Health - Hospitals
 
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Key Services:
Full Architectural Service
 
Description:
The works covered remodelling to the ground floor of the existing pod adjacent to the heart transplant ward in the eastern “gull wing” and construction of a simple pavilion in the courtyard. The new facility provides three consulting rooms and a phlebotomy room within the existing remodelled pod and a reception area with patient waiting and a DDA compliant WC within the new pavilion in the courtyard.
 
7: Project NameLewisham Hospital - Delivery Suite
Dates: 2013
Location: London 
Gross Area: Not available 
Sectors:
Health - Hospitals
 
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Key Services:
Full Architectural Service
 
Description:
This was a fast track project to remodel and upgrade the existing delivery facilities on the 3rd Floor of the Maternity Department at Lewisham Hospital. The scope comprised internal reconfiguration to provide a 3 bed Close Observation Room, Assessment Room with associated ensuite WC, new Delivery Room, Staff Base, Point of Care Test Area, IV Fluids Area, Reception Area with adjacent Doctor's Work Stations, Equipment Store, CSSD Supplies Store, Consultant Office and Rest Room. 3 no. existing Delivery Rooms and associated ensuite shower facilities, including 2 no. Home from Home Rooms were completely refurbished. The Home from Home Rooms include either a permanently installed birthpool or provision for a temporary inflatable birthpool. The new Reception Area is located to provide good visual interaction with the unit entrance and an improved initial experience for patients and visitors. The Reception Area and Doctor's Work Stations combine to form an efficient, strategically positioned administrative resource for staff. All new installations were designed to comply with current HBN and HTM standards. The driving concept of the design was to provide patients with a sympathetic and reassuring environment with enhanced levels of comfort, care, privacy and dignity while providing staff with an efficient, compliant and well equipped facility. Layout, equipment, finishes and colours were discussed in detail with the users and carefully selected to fulfil these aspirations. The Delivery Unit remained fully operational throughout the works. The works were completed in a total of three phases, designed to enable the continued functioning of the department.
 
8: Project NameHarefield Hospital, Thoracic Theatres and Recovery Unit
Dates: 2009 - 2010
Location: Harefield 
Gross Area: Not available 
Sectors:
Health - Hospitals
 
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Key Services:
Full Architectural Service
 
Description:
Following the provision of cardiac transplant theatres and a series of feasibility studies Floyd Slaski were commissioned to design new thoracic theatres to complete the new surgical department at Harefield Hospital. We met with users, surgeons, clinicians and suppliers in a series of design team meetings. The scheme was not just looking at providing simple internal alterations, but we had to consider the effect on support services of an increased patient throughput. This meant examining ways of increasing recovery facilities, clinical storage, staff rest areas, waste disposal and both clean and dirty utilities. This project was in three phases. Phase 1: we constructed recovery area (5 beds with service pendants and potential for 6 beds) and isolation room together with clean and dirty utility, kitchen, staff room, cleaner's room, bin stores, on-call room and main corridor breaking through into theatre corridor and existing ITU. Phase 2: We stripped out old staff room and constructed new clinical store. Phase 3: stripped out old cardiac theatres and installed new thoracic theatres. Running through each of these phases was the provision of services. This included major alterations to the existing roof top plant room. All works were undertaken with the existing adjacent theatres managing a full workload. The new build ITU, Theatre and staff room were completed in July 2010 with operations commencing on 23 August 2010.
 
9: Project NameBarts Health NHS Trust
Dates: 2007 - 2018
Location: London 
Gross Area: Not available 
Sectors:
Health - Hospitals
 
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Key Services:
Full Architectural Service
 
Description:
Floyd Slaski have successfully carried out numerous healthcare projects for Bart Health NHS Trust at Royal London Hospital, St Bartholomew’s and more recently at Whipps Cross Hospital over a period of almost twenty years, some of which are listed below: New Stem Cell Laboratory and Cryogenic Storage Facility New Gene Therapy Unit New Cardiac Care Ward New High Dependency Surgical Ward New MRI Suite Sexual Health Clinic Ward Refurbishments Critical Care Unit & Winter Bed Provision Privacy and Dignity Works Gamma Camera & CT Scanner Patient Hostel Expansion of Breast Screening Clinic Relocation of Ultrasound Ward Dementia Friendly Environments Ambulatory Care - Whipps Cross & Newham University Hospitals Newham University Hospital - Orthopaedic Centre - Theatres Newham University Hospital - New Colposcopy Suite Newham University Hospital - Renal Unit Refurbishment Examples of Project Undertaken: Whipps Cross Hospital - Dementia Friendly Environments The work undertaken was to improve the existing hospital ward environment for patients, specifically those suffering from dementia. Whilst there was some physical alteration to ward layouts the majority of the changes were addressed through installation of new flooring, decorations, furniture and artwork. ?Please see the attached link to the Whipps Cross Dementia Friendly Environments video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thEsa4c-has&feature=em-share_video_user Whipps Cross Hospital - Breast Screening Clinic Throughout 2015 and 2016 Floyd Slaski was employed as architect and lead consultant at Whipps Cross Hospital to move the ultrasound department from its original location to space vacated when the A&E department moved to a new building. The left over space following this move was to be upgraded as part of the Trust’s scheme to expand breast screening services. The budget for the scheme was limited and part of the exercise involved looking at the most cost efficient way of upgrading old uninspiring spaces to a facility which patients having to cope with the stresses of breast cancer would find welcoming and comfortable. Finishes were an important aspect of this and various schemes were proposed and discussed with client, users and patient groups. Old pipework that could not be removed was covered over and the large ceilings were made less daunting with the introduction of new suspended ceilings. Better lighting and new artwork added to the feel good factor and a new purpose made reception desk and patient welcoming area gave the unit an immediate cohesion all the way through. The unit was opened by the local MP, Iain Duncan Smith who said “It is vitally important that we try and do all we can to increase early diagnosis of breast cancer. This new facility will certainly help do that and I very much welcome it to Whipps Cross.”
 
10: Project NameEastern Esplanade
Dates: 2008 - 2010
Location: Margate 
Gross Area: Not available 
Sectors:
Houses and Housing - General,  Houses and Housing - Public Housing
 
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Key Services:
Design & Build
 
Description:
Eastern Esplanade comprises 140 dwellings built by Jenner Contractors for Accent Peerless Housing Association with a contract value of £9 Million. Floyd Slaski were the project architects employed by Jenners. This design and build residential scheme lies in a prime coastal location, directly overlooking the English Channel on the Esplanade at Margate, Kent. The project comprised a mixture of affordable flats together with flats for shared ownership, market rent and for sale. The building is five storeys in height and wraps itself in an elongated ‘u’ shape around a large underground and surface car park. The construction is in timber frame with brick and render external cladding.