This was the final scheme of a £130m phased redevelopment to transform the acute hospital campus at Altnagelvin, Derry. This has been in partnership with HLM Architects.
Since 2000 we have been working at the forefront of delivering a new model of care, on this acute hospital complex, which included new wards, theatres, endoscopy, hydrotherapy, new mortuary complex, major service and infrastructure upgrades, multi–storey car parking, major enabling works and re–circulation of the entire hospital complex.
The final phase delivered 140 inpatient beds including isolation suites all of which were formed around landscape courtyards and connected into the new street connections.
A new main signature entrance for the entire campus was also created along with the final connections and circulation routes to free up the main tower from general circulation. We also reorganised the main vehicular access into and through the site, to help ease congestion.
An Arts Procurement Strategy provided integrated art to the wards and courtyards and the reintroduction of the Scott mural and Princess Macha have been rehoused in the main entrance.