GP Service Buildings

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  • GP Service Buildings
GP Service Buildings
GP Service Buildings
GP Service Buildings
GP Service Buildings
GP Service Buildings
GP Service Buildings
GP Service Buildings
GP Service Buildings
GP Service Buildings

GP Service Buildings

GP groups constantly look for ways to improve and extend services offered to patients, which is why having a modern, flexible facility is essential. Choosing a modular solution not only ensures that the building is completed quicker, it provides flexibility to adapt for new treatments and therapies.

We are able to provide completely new GP surgeries that offer state-of-the art facilities, or extensions to existing.

What our clients have to say

“Elliott demonstrated an excellent understanding of the healthcare by correctly identifying that we required a cost effective method of enlarging our practice in future years. The completed surgery has received numerous positive comments from patients and staff.” Oakland Medical Centre.

Case study

We were commissioned by a private GP practice to design and build the new three-storey Oakland Medical Centre in the London Borough of Hillingdon. At 800m², the new medical centre includes:

  • A range of consulting rooms
  • Treatment rooms
  • Administration
  • Waiting areas
  • Staff offices
  • Circulation and ancillary facilities

The roof includes a second floor space to allow for a cost effective and rapid expansion.

Benefits

  • Cost effective
    Faster build times and less people on site results in more cost effective GP surgeries. Makes new build a viable options compared to major refurbishment
  • Speed of construction
    Modular construction means your project will be completed quicker because many of the building elements are delivered to site pre-fabricated. This can reduce build times by as much as 50 per cent compared to conventional methods.
  • Minimised Site Disruption
    With significantly reduced deliveries on site, less waste and shorter build times there is minimum disruption to staff and patients.
  • Quality and compliance of build
    Healthcare professionals choose modular construction because it results in guaranteed levels of quality as many of the elements are produced in a factory controlled environment - to ISO9001 quality standards.
  • Sustainability
    Through careful design and choice of sustainable materials, we are able to achieve a 20 per cent reduction in CO² compared to current building regulation requirements, and up to BREEAM outstanding. High performance insulation to improve U values, excellent air permeability and use of an efficient heating and ventilation all added to our green credentials.