The First NHS Proton Beam Therapy (PBT) Facility in the UK has started on site at Tottenham Court Road in London. Scott Tallon Walker (in association with Edward Williams architects) have led the design of this flagship project for University College London Hospital, from its initial feasibility stage.
The £200m Building will be a total of 34,500 sq.m, 4 floors (30 m) below ground housing the PBT gantries and six floors of short stay oncology surgical centre, including 8 Operating Theatres, diagnostic imaging services and 135 inpatient beds overhead.
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Scott Tallon Walker Architects are once again delighted to be associated with the RIAI in the launch of the “RIAI Scott Tallon Walker Student Excellence Award” (the former RIAI Travelling Scholarship student award) in memory of Scott Tallon Walker Architects’ three founding partners, Dr. Michael Scott, Dr. Ronald Tallon and Robin Walker...
Scott Tallon Walker are delighted to announce appointment of our Multi-discipline Design team to the new 5 year Technical Designers Framework for University of Oxford...
Scott Tallon Walker Architects are pleased to announce that they have achieved certification for the design and construction of BIM Level 2 projects in line with PAS 1192-2 by the British Standards Institute...
Here is an Insight into the delivery of University College London Hospital's (UCLH) cyclotron for their new Proton Beam Therapy facility in London and what it means for British citizens to have this facility available to NHS patients in the UK...
Scott Tallon Walker have been appointed to masterplan and deliver the full regeneration of the Kane Science Building at UCC. Originally completed in 1970, the building has housed the departments of Physics and Chemistry for almost 50 years and will need to remain operational throughout the project. ..
Scott Tallon Walker Architects were appointed as Design & Build architects as part of the Belfast based Lagan Group and Portuguese Somague-Engenharia Joint Venture Team for the design development and construction of the new 66,000 sq.m. Ulster University campus. The building concept design was by Fielden Clegg Bradley Studios...