Allermuir Partnership Centre © McAteer Photograph
The Building Better Healthcare awards are held annually to celebrate improvements in the built environment, innovations in product design and to recognise the efforts of people working in the healthcare industry.
The event, hosted by TV personality and GP, Dr Phil Hammond, was attended by a packed audience of nearly 600 people, representing the NHS design & build and estates & facilities management sectors, as well as healthcare specialist manufacturers and suppliers.
Arthur McKay was delighted to see three awards presented to projects, on which it had played a key role; working collaboratively with the architects and respective client teams to install all the mechanical, electrical and plumbing, as well as the IT infrastructure for voice and data networks.
Here, at Arthur McKay, we take real pride in our service delivery and our supporting role in helping these projects stand out from the crowd and receive such, well-deserved, industry recognition.
Best Primary Care (New Build)
Awarded to Hoskins Architects for Allermuir Health Centre, a hub South East Scotland development for NHS Lothian and Edinburgh City Council. The new £7.3m Allermuir Partnership Centre is designed to improve provision for patients and service users, by connecting health, social care and council services all under one roof; improving access and extending services.
© McAteer Photograph
Best Primary Care (Mental Health)
Awarded to NORR Architects PLUS
Special Award (Clinician’s Choice Award)
Awarded to NORR Architects for Orchard View
The new £9m care home represents a major investment to modernise continuing care services in NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde. Orchard View provides mental health services, with a particular focus on delivering care in a dementia-friendly environment.
© Keith Hunter Photography
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