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Anderson Bell Christie unveils Glasgow health centre

[FIRST LOOK + PROJECT DATA] Anderson Bell Christie Architects has revealed the first images of its recently completed community health centre in Greater Glasgow, Scotland

The £4million centre provides child healthcare and social services to the local community.

The 1,900m² scheme features counselling rooms, group rooms, a crèche, medical assessment rooms, physiotherapy and occupational therapy suites, a family assessment suite and meeting rooms. 

Yorkhill Children’s Foundation donated £250,000 to cover the cost of integrating art installations into the building’s fabric.

 

Project data

 

Architects: Anderson Bell Christie Architects
Location:  60 Kinfauns Drive, Drumchapel, Glasgow, G15 7TS
Type Of Project:    Community Healthcare
Project Architect:  Scott Young
Design Team:  Per Soderqvist, Bruce Brebner, Michael Brown, Stephen Miles, David Russell, Alison Fisher, Caroline Scott, Neil Boyd, Stephen Good
Client:  NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde
Funding: £3,993,602
Tender date: 07.10.08
Start on site date:  16.04.09
Contract duration: 52 weeks
Gross internal floor area:  1,825m²
Form of contract and/or procurement:  SBC with Quantities for use in Scotland, 2005 Edition (revised October 2007)
Total cost:        £4,029,502
M&E  consultant:  EDP Consulting Engineers
Structural Engineers:   Scott Bennett Associates
Quantity surveyor:  Reid Associates
Planning supervisor:  Reid Associates
Lighting consultant:  EDP Consulting Engineers
Artists: Interior: Tim Taylor Exterior: Tassy Thompson
Interior Designers: Graven Images (for fixed furniture and signage)
Main contractor:  Ogilvie Construction
Annual co2 emissions: 50,700 kg of CO2(Energy Performance Certificate rating Band ‘B’) 

Readers' comments (2)

  • Health Centre? are you sure? God!

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  • It's aimed at people who are unreasonably happy, good humoured and content with life.
    Meant to add a touch of reality to their existance, bring them down a bit, stop them being so smug.

    It's a pioneering Glasgow initiative

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