The design and build works were carried out over two phases. The phase one extension was completed in May 2013 and phase two refurbishment works completed in January 2014.
The redevelopment has created, in total, 14 en-suite singles plus two en-suite triples – a total of 20 bed spaces. The high quality new facilities have been designed to allow the hospice to meet stringent healthcare regulations, while providing privacy and dignity for patients and their loved ones.
- Two storey extension comprises steel frame structure with brick block walls and feature rainscreen cladding.
Insitu slabs with sheet piled retaining walls, required due to the slope of the site.
The roof is a mixture of single ply membrane and profiled sheeting with roof lights.
Prior to the works commencing part of the existing building that housed the staff and administration had to be demolished. Staff were re-housed in temporary accommodation within the grounds until the works were complete. Patients remained in the existing hospice building.
We didn’t just build the new in-patient unit at St Luke’s hospice, we also contributed to the £5 million cost of the project. We held a charity dinner for Interserve staff in November 2012, raising £2,000 towards rebuilding the hospice. We are proud to have been the headline sponsor of the St Luke’s Hospice 2013 Annual Ball. The event in September was held at Baldwin’s Omega in Brincliffe Hill, Sheffield. The evening raised an impressive £30,000 for the hospice.
Single national provider of total facilities management services for Alliance Boots’ headquarters, a retail store portfolio of 1,300 stores and eight office locations within the UK.
Large-scale TUPE transition of over 1,550 people to Interserve.
Interserve has achieved a £1.5 million saving through improved productivity and operational efficiencies for Alliance Boots offices and a £4.5 million saving in their retail outlets.