Queen Elizabeth University Hospital
Teaching, Healthcare & Research as a Fusion for Better Health
Apart from being Technical Advisors for the masterplan and several key buildings on site, BMJ has delivered:
A. Laboratory Medicine (£90m)
B. Teaching & Learning Facility & Stratified Medicine Scotland Innovation Centre (£25m)
C. A new centralised NHS Office Facility (£22m)
D. Clinical Research and Clinical Imaging facility (£6m)
E. Project ICE, the Imaging Centre of Excellence (£18m)
F. Upgrading of existing entrance and Outpatient Department of the Maternity Unit (£800k)
G. Delivery of exemplar plans for 6 departments within the new Children’s Hospital (£205m)
H. Development of 3 external canopies at the main entrance (£1.1m)
The design team was initially tasked with assisting in the development of the masterplan for the campus and integrating non-NHS University of Glasgow facilities on the site. We worked with NHS and University of Glasgow stakeholders to develop a brief for an interdisciplinary campus that included forging key relationships between healthcare and teaching.
University of Glasgow
NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde
Multifunctional space design is key to integrating projects within the larger hospital complex. In complex healthcare and sciences projects, client needs may not be captured in the design, so facilities must respond to changing needs from their first day of use.