Client: Bristol Infracare LIFT
The £45 million South Bristol Community Hospital provides a range of primary healthcare facilities for South Bristol. Facilities include consulting rooms, treatment rooms, physiotherapy, phlebotomy and a Day Assessment Unit.
The building also includes state of the art diagnostic and treatment facilities, a Minor Injuries Unit, two operating theatres, endoscopy treatment and 60 inpatient bed spaces, as well as a new Dental Training School.
The hospital utilises renewable and sustainable technologies such as photovoltaic cells to power the feature lighting at the hospital’s main entrance and also a micro CHP which generates some of the hospital heating and electricity demands.
Hoare Lea had provided mechanical, electrical and public health (MEP), acoustics and lighting consultancy for the scheme.