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Stock Woolstencroft completes Well Street Surgery

[FIRST LOOK + PLANS + PROJECT DATA] Stock Woolstencroft has revealed images of its recently completed 1,320m² primary healthcare centre at Hackney, north London

The scheme for a 15-strong GP practice includes: a minor surgery clinic, community kitchen, staff room, sun terrace, seminar rooms and a library/ resource room.

The project refurbished a four-storey, steel framed factory at the rear of the site which is for clinical accommodation.

A new street-facing building, with a louvered façade features the waiting areas, circulation space and reception.

Julian Stock partner at Stock Woolstencroft said: ‘We have aimed to provide a calm and welcoming building combining environmental awareness, functionality and an improved patient experience.

‘The building will make a major contribution to the local community it serves.’


Project data

Architects: Stock Woolstencroft     
Location: Well Street, Hackney, London, E9
Type Of Project: Primary Healthcare – GP surgery with minor operations suite and community facilities
Structural Engineers: Clark Smith Partnership
Project Architect: Julian Stock, Paul Wells at Stock Woolstencroft
Design Team: Stock Woolstencroft, Clark Smith Partnership (Structural Engineer), Mendick Waring Limited (Environment & Services Engineer), Simon Mitchell (CDM Contract Services), Butler & Young (Building Control)
Client: Healthlink Investments/ Well Street Surgery
Funding: Not disclosed
Tender date: December 2008
Start on site date: Demolition - May 2008, Construction January 2009
Contract duration: 19 months
Gross internal floor area: 1,320m²
Form of contract and/or procurement: Traditional contract
Total cost: Not disclosed        
M&e consultant:
Mendick Waring Limited
Quantity surveyor: N/A
Planning supervisor: N/A
Lighting consultant: N/A
Main contractor: RNR London Limited
Selected subcontractors and suppliers: As above
Annual co2 emissions: Not yet confirmed

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