Elliott is a trusted partner to the healthcare sector providing innovative, high-quality designed building solutions. We have significant experience of providing a range of healthcare needs including hospital wards, health/medical centres, operating theatres, outpatients clinics, medical research centres, care/nursing homes.
We are committed to ensuring absolute health and safety is achieved and are particularly aware of the sensitivities required where we are constructing healthcare buildings on live/operational healthcare facility sites.
During the construction of a new state of the art Institute of Development and Regenerative Medicine (IDRM) research building for the University of Oxford, McLaughlin & Harvey required high quality welfare accommodation to manage their site, workers and further logistics with ease.Find out more
Operating as a 315 place 1.5-form entry school complete with a 26 place nursery, the existing buildings stood as a time-served ‘CLASP’ system which were in a poor state of repair, and inefficiently configured. The existing school buildings were located to the centre of the site which limited the capacity for external play and team sports. The strategic vision for the new facility, delivered through the Education Funding Agency’s (EFA) Priority School Building Programme (PSBP), was to increase the pupil intake to 420 as a 2-form entry with 30 nursery places. The scheme required the new school to stay on the site of the existing facility, with the existing pupils decanting into temporary facilities.Find out more
Design and build the prestigious new two storey Clinical Support Unit (Opthalmology) at Pinderfields Hospital in a timely manner. Find out more
Providing efficient crowd control barriers for tens of thousands of Hindus from all across England and Wales attending the “Krishna Speaks” event in Leicester. The preacher rarely attends events outside India and his eight-day visit attracted people from America, Africa and elsewhere in Europe. Crowd control barriers were needed to ensure a secure site; to control the crowds at the entrance of the event, to help queuing in the dining tents, to keep the public away from certain areas, to protect entrances and exits of the tents and allow easily funnelling of attendants in and out of the main tents. Securing the site and providing the event organisers with quality solutions was incredibly important. Find out more
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is the company behind the two premium heritage automotive brands. It had an urgent requirement for accommodation to house up to 600 personnel, a need driven by a new project being undertaken at the JLR Design & Engineering facility at Gaydon in Warwickshire. The building needed to provide a high quality working environment to satisfy the teams of highly skilled engineers it would be home to for the next few years. It also needed to be adaptable, capable of accommodating changing future needs quickly and easily. JLR needed the building up and running fast so the project could get underway. It had to be designed, manufactured, installed and occupied within six months. Find out more
Centrica were due to commence a major project in Lincolnshire and wanted to be as “green” as possible on site and considered many options.Find out more
During construction of a new project site safety officials at a major oil refinery decided they needed a range of portable accommodation to protect their workforce in areas of potential explosion. Elliott had for several years, provided a range of portable accommodation used for up to 1000 workers during construction work at the site. Although staff had been completely satisfied with the quality of the accommodation provided by Elliott there were concerns that they would not withstand adequately the pressure an explosion would create.Find out more
The design, manufacture and construction of a new two-storey Drive-Thru restaurant, the first of its kind in the UKFind out more
Design and build fully furnished welfare and office accommodation, leased over a 260 week period. This project, located on the former Herring site, was required whilst long term maintenance work was completed on offshore wind turbines.Find out more
The school was in need of refurbishment of the majority of its building elements, including very substantial re-roofing, replacement of windows and external doors, concrete and brickwork repairs, toilet refurbishments, extensive electrical and mechanical services work. The school’s asbestos management plan also identified a significant presence of asbestos-containing material. Due to the size of the building and the scale of the works required it was considered best value for money to provide a new build and demolish the existing facility.Find out more