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Bamburgh Clinic, St Nicholas Hospital by MAAP Architects

Jubilee Road, Gosforth, Newcastle Upon Tyne

The building is organised around a series of landscaped courts which relate to each of the three wards. A double-height corridor runs around each court giving access to the patients’ rooms which look outwards onto a private territory.

The communal areas lie between the courts and the entrance. These are very successful from an operational point of view but are tougher than the wards.
This building has been executed with rigour in all aspects, briefing, budget and design.

Client: Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Trust
Contractor: Laing O’Rourke
Structural Engineer: Arup Associates
Services Engineer: CAD 21 Ltd
Contract Value: £16 million
Date of completion: April 2006
Gross internal area: 5,000 sq m

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