The Awards were attended by STW's Kevin Bates, Director, and Paul Connolly, Project Director.
The bespoke design by Scott Tallon Walker Architects brought the capacity of TUH’s ICCU to 21 beds, keeping the existing hospital live despite complex tie-ins and adjacencies on multiple levels. While not part of the initial brief, STW developed the design to cater for highly infectious and bariatric patients, as well as carefully considering acoustics to ensure patient comfort. Break out spaces for staff and visitors were provided through a series of rooftop terraces which incorporated green roofs, providing visual therapeutic benefits from patient beds as well as benefitting the care of patients. Improved building fabric performance and a natural ventilation strategy significantly reduces energy required for heating.
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Ulster University’s expanded campus at the Cathedral Quarter in Belfast has been shortlisted for an award at the World Architecture Festival in the ‘Completed Buildings: Higher Education and Research’ category.
On Tuesday 28th November, the 10th National Business Post Property Summit took place at the Radisson Blue Royal Hotel in Dublin city.