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Table of Contents 04

Introduction

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Project Portfolio 08

University Hospital of North Staffordshire NHS Trust

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North Bristol NHS Trust

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Royal Worcestershire Hospital

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The Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust

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University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire NHS Trust

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University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Trust

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Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust NHS Fife Health Board

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Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust

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Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust Wye Valley NHS Trust

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Barts Health NHS Trust

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Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust Whipps Cross University Hospitals NHS Trust Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust (Churchill Hospital) Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Trust

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The SHP Team

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INTRODUCTION

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SHP has 20 years experience in PFI/PPP Public Sector and Private Sector Advisors SHP has been involved in the PFI process as healthcare planning and technical advisors for the NHS since its inception and has supported a number of Trusts through the complex technical and legal process. Examples of Public Sector schemes with which SHP have been involved are illustrated herein. SHP has also supplied Private Sector consortia with their bids to develop hospital facilities, playing a lead role in client and user group interface discussions, validation of designs, drafting ITN documentation and presenting healthcare planning solutions. Examples of Private Sector schemes with which SHP have been involved are also illustrated herein.

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Project Portfolio

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Strategic Healthcare Planning is committed to providing expert consultancy and planning services leading to more effective and efficient healthcare services across the world.

Our experience in PFI/PPP can be seen within this brochure.

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University Hospital of North Staffordshire NHS Trust Fit for the Future Project Consortium Builder Architect

Equion Laing O’Rourke Ryder / HKS

Scheme Content The scheme will consolidate the City General and North Staffordshire Royal Infirmary Hospitals together with the Central Out Patients and Pathology units into a single complex. It has a number of key features including that it incorporates the development of a satellite Community Hospital with specialist community focused services and it is a project that is clinically scoped around a whole health economy approach

SHP’s Role

Scheme Value

SHP acted as lead Technical

The Buildings and Equipment

Advisor to the NHS throughout

on the City General site cost in

the process from SOC to

excess of £350,000,000

occupation in 2012

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North Bristol NHS Trust Redevelopment of Frenchay and Southmead Hospitals

Scheme Content The proposals in North Bristol & South

These planned hospital improvements are

Gloucestershire are part of a city-wide plan to

supported and enabled by important changes in

improve and modernise health care in Bristol.

the range and quality of expanded primary and community health care services.

The aim is to provide high quality hospital facilities that significantly improve the care environment for patients and staff; are suited to modern clinical practice; and which are also more efficient.

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SHP’s Role

Scheme Value

SHP acted as lead Technical

The Buildings and Equipment

Advisor throughout the process

on both sites was estimated to

from SOC to OBC.

be in excess of £300,000,000

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Royal Worcestershire Hospital Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust Consortium Builder Architect

Catalyst Bovis Lend Lease RTKL

A study was carried out by Strategic Healthcare Planning, as part of an overall Strategic Review being undertaken by Worcestershire Health Authority, to consider the Acute and Community Hospital service requirements for the future, and how services could be located to meet the needs of the population of the County. A sequential analysis was undertaken, considering in turn: • The volume of services that may be required; • A care models assessment; • The options for the location of services and the way in which the physical estate can respond to this need; • The potential financial implications of the various options. A detailed assessment model was used for Acute services that suggested, based on the assumptions made, that the overall bed requirement for the county, including Day Case Beds, was approximately 840. This was a reduction of approximately 225 from the existing level of beds. In order to determine the need for resources in the future SHP took a view on: • The number of people who will need health care • The modes of treating them • The efficiency with which resources are deployed. Forecasting is not a precise science and furthermore, in the case of health care, it is not enough merely to forecast; the actions of the politicians, Trusts, Health Authorities and GPs all influence both demand for health care and the means by which it is delivered. 12


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There are many forces for change in the service, however some of the significant factors that needed to be considered include: •

Changing public expectations

Changes in Medical staff training

Improvements in medical technology

Increase in numbers of elderly in the population

In response to this level of forecast requirement, the Health Authority with assistance from SHP defined 5 options for the disposition of these services across the County. This altered the balance of bed and service provision dependent upon the exact services to be provided by each site. An assessment was made then on how the different options could be achieved in estates terms. With regards to Community Hospital provision, the situation was less clear, as there was no defined strategy or agreed model of care from which to develop such a strategy. The review sets out a range of options and a commentary on the issues that would require consideration. Finally the review provided estimates of the range of savings possible under the various options for both Acute and Community Hospital provision. Following the review the recommendations made were implemented and are now performing as required.

SHP continues to work for the Trust and Consortium to deliver change as required

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The Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust Redevelopment of New Cross Hospital

Scheme Content A whole systems review of acute hospital services for the Black Country focussed

The current proposals reflect facilities for:

attention on New Cross Hospital,

• Women & Children’s Centre

Wolverhampton as a major tertiary centre

• Cancer Centre

with cardiac surgery, ophthalmology, renal,

• Cardiac Centre

paediatric and cancer specialties being key

• Head & Neck Specialist Centre

service deliverables.

• Treatment Centre

The project is to deliver a reconfigured site

• Emergency Centre

with accommodation that reflects the new

• Inpatient Centre

models of care with a 900-bed provision.

SHP’s Role

Scheme Value

SHP acted as lead Technical

The Buildings and Equipment

Advisor throughout the process

on both sites was estimated to

from SOC to OBC.

be in excess of £400,000,000

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University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire NHS Trust Redevelopment of Walsgrave Hospital Consortium Builder Architect

Skanska Skanska Nightingale

SHP assisted Walsgrave Hospitals NHS Trust and Coventry Healthcare NHS Trust to seek prioritisation for the development of acute healthcare and mental health acute services to serve the people of Warwickshire.

The Walsgrave Trust is a major acute

The cross-site dislocation of services

facility serving Coventry and the west of

attracted a heavy revenue premium

Warwickshire. Advanced postgraduate

of some £2.5m (net) per annum, and

teaching facilities, and undergraduate

was inefficient in its use of medical

students from Leicester University

and nursing manpower. Key clinical

are also accommodated. Research and

services, such as accident and

Development is undertaken in principal

emergency services and children’s

partnership with Warwick University,

services were split. Training recognition

which is itself seeking to develop a

for the accident and emergency

medical school. The Trust has a number

services had to be withdrawn as a

of regional speciality services and is a

consequence of their physical split.

designated Cancer Centre.

The Do Minimum option developed proposed to utilise public capital to

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The Trust was based on two sites in

integrate Accident and Emergency

the City of Coventry, with buildings

services within the city, whilst keeping

of varying age and condition. The

the amount of capital investment

majority of even the newer buildings

required to a minimum. It would be

were in poor condition, as a result of

based on a four storey extension to the

their period and type of construction.

main Walsgrave hospital building and

Although ongoing attempts have been

adaptations to the facilities at St Cross

made to address the principle problems

hospital in Rugby to provide sufficient

in a programme over a number of years,

accommodation for all of the services

the backlog maintenance requirement

currently located at the Coventry &

was estimated to pass £40m within

Warwickshire hospital which could

three years.

then be vacated.


Although this option would require

The Trust therefore evaluated a number

capital investment of £18.7m, it would

of options, and progressed three to

produce annual revenue savings of

more detailed review. A non- financial

£2.6m. However, even this investment

evaluation indicated that there was

would still leave the Trusts with :

little to choose between the options.

• A major backlog maintenance problem, rising to £40 million over

Implementation of the project would

three years.

significantly redress a number of

• Inflexible accommodation, militating against modern models of care. • Services split across a number of

current areas of health care need. Key elements are: • Integration of accident and emergency services

decaying buildings, with attendant

• Integration of children’s services

manpower and safety problems.

• Re-provision of acute mental

• Inconvenience to patients being treated in Rugby who would previously have been treated in Coventry. • Mental health services located

health services in appropriate accommodation • Facilities to support and promote research and development, education and training.

in inappropriate facilities with significant space wastage against

The proposal was approved by the

current requirements.

Secretary of State for Health and the

• Site access problems in terms of

project implemented.

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University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Trust Redevelopment of Queen Elizabeth Medical Centre & Selly Oak Hospitals Consortium Builder Architect

Consort Healthcare Balfour Beatty BDP

Scheme Content The scheme achieves a 1185 bed University Teaching Hospital, a Clinical Science and Education Centre for the University of Birmingham, Royal Centre for Defence Medicine for the Ministry of Defence, 137 psychiatric beds for Adult, Older Adult and Speciality Services and two Adult Mental Health locality facilities in community settings.

SHP’s Role

Scheme Value

SHP acted as Healthcare

The Buildings and Equipment

Planning Concept Architects

on the sites was estimated to be

within a bidding consortia and

in excess of ÂŁ630,000,000

SHP previously acted as Trust advisor for the development of the OBC.

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NHS Fife Health Board “Fight for Fife”

Scheme Content This scheme will achieve a new specialist inpatient centre at Victoria Hospital, Kirkcaldy allowing the introduction of new models of care and reconfigured services. The new facility will provide a new wing to Victoria Hospital, including 11 operating theatres, an emergency care centre, 13 wards, surgical and medical assessment units, a maternity unit, a women and children’s unit, day intervention, critical care, coronary care and renal dialysis facilities.

SHP’s Role

Scheme Value

SHP acted as Healthcare Planners within a bidding consortia

The Buildings and Equipment on the sites was estimated to be in excess of

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£172,000,000


Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust New Papworth Hospital

Scheme Content The Vision for the New Papworth Hospital is to build a 300-bed, purpose-built hospital, with 100% single rooms. The new hospital will be co-located with a research and education institute on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus. This project will ensure the Trust’s strategic aim to continue to be a centre of excellence in specialist heart and lung services.

SHP’s Role

Scheme Value

SHP is acting as Architectural and Healthcare Planning Advisors

The Buildings and

(in conjunction with Devereux Architects) on behalf of the Trust

Equipment on the sites was

for the development of the New Papworth Hospital

estimated to be in excess of £168,000,000

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Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust Redevelopment of Royal Liverpool Hospital Consortium Builder Architect

Horizon Interserve John Cooper Architecture

Scheme Content The new hospital will help the Trust to deliver their vision of world class services and hospitals that are recognised as those of choice for the people of Merseyside, Cheshire and beyond. As a major university teaching hospital, a new Royal will be key in facilitating the NHS research and development and education agendas locally and a new model of care will set out plans for providing both hospital and community health care services in the future.

SHP’s Role

Scheme Value

SHP acted as Healthcare Planners within a

The Buildings and Equipment on the sites was

bidding consortia

estimated to be in excess of ÂŁ450,000,000

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Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust John Radcliffe Hospital Consortium Builder Architect

The Hospital Company Carillion RTKL

Scheme Content Relocation of services from the Radcliffe Infirmary to the John Radcliffe site. The project, which proposes to relocate Neurosciences and Specialist Surgery (Ophthalmology, ENT and Plastics), Children’s Services and University research facilities reached preferred partner stage in December 2002 and opened to patients in 2006.

SHP’s Role

Scheme Value

SHP acted as Healthcare Planners for the project and provided

The Buildings and

a team of senior professionals to liaise with the design team to

Equipment on the sites was

ensure that an appropriate understanding of the Trust’s clinical

estimated to be in excess of

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Wye Valley NHS Trust Hereford County Hospital Consortium Builder Architect

Mercia Healthcare Alfred McAlpine W S Atkins

Scheme Content The new County Hospital provides state of art facilities including General Inpatient accommodation, Maternity, Paediatrics, Accident & Emergency, Theatres, Imaging and Outpatients to the people of Herefordshire and Mid Wales on a single site

SHP’s Role

Scheme Value

SHP acted as Healthcare Planning, Architectural and Technical

The Buildings and

Advisor for the Trust throughout the Business case and

Equipment on the sites was

Procurement process.

estimated to be in excess of ÂŁ75,000,000

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Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust Redevelopment of the Manor Hospital Consortium Builder Architect

Skanska Skanska Stefian Bradley

Scheme Content New services at the Manor will include an Outpatient and Daycase Centre and combined Family Health and Diagnostics Centre linked to the existing Maternity Unit. A new Multi-Professional Education Centre will provide superb training facilities for NHS staff from within the Trust and across Walsall.

SHP’s Role

Scheme Value

SHP were commissioned as Technical Advisors to the Trust

The Buildings and

and worked closely with Clinicians throughout the Walsall

Equipment on the sites was

Health Economy to develop Models of Care for the people of

estimated to be in excess of

Walsall. These models are then translated into detailed Output

ÂŁ170,000,000

Specifications and Schedules of Accommodation.

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Barts Health NHS Trust Redevelopment of Barts and the Royal London Consortium Builder Architect

Skanska / Carillion Skanska HOK

Scheme Content Barts Health Trust is replacing many of its ageing buildings with state-of-theart healthcare facilities to rival the best in Europe. The opening of the new hospitals will transform the experience of patients, staff and visitors, with outstanding new facilities and an exceptional environment for the delivery of patient care. Moves into the new Royal London hospital began on 6 December 2011 and by the end of February 2012, 110 wards and departments (and more than 3,000 staff members) were relocated into the new building. In March 2010, one of Europe’s most advanced cancer centres was opened at Barts. The second phase at Barts will be a cardiac centre of excellence, due for completion in 2014.

SHP’s Role

Scheme Value

SHP was appointed by the healthcare planner

The Buildings and Equipment on the sites was

to the successful bidding team to assist in

estimated to be in excess of £900,000,000

liaising with the Trust over the detailed room requirements for the hospital. This included user group negotiations and agreement of detailed room layouts.

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Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust Midland Metropolitan Hospital

Scheme Content The hospital will provide A&E, Maternity, Children’s Services, Critical Care, Diagnostics and the full range of acute hospital services from modern facilities with the latest technology and equipment. The “Midland Metropolitan Hospital” will provide approximately 80,600 m2 of hospital space..

SHP’s Role

Scheme Value

SHP acted as healthcare planners and advisors to the Trust as

The Buildings and

part of a supply chain prior to the PFI scheme being launched

Equipment on the sites was estimated to be in excess of £750,000,000

Whipps Cross University Hospitals NHS Trust Redevelopment of Whipps Cross Hospital

Scheme Content The development will provide a larger hospital with an 8% increase in beds, more staff and an increase in clinical activity. The development will also provide new accommodation for key workers and medical students as well as a sports hall and premises for South Bank University.

SHP’s Role

Scheme Value

SHP acted as Healthcare Planners as part of a bidding consortia.

The Buildings and

(the scheme was later abandoned after the withdrawal of one the

Equipment on the sites was

potential PFI partners)

estimated to be in excess of £300,000,000

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Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust Churchill Hospital

Scheme Content The Churchill Hospital will provide a Gerontology Triptych, Therapy Centre (including relocating services from the Radcliffe infirmary and integrating them with services already on the Churchill site) and a combined Cancer and Surgery & Diagnostic Centre.

SHP’s Role

Scheme Value

SHP acted as Healthcare planners as part of a consortium to

The Buildings and

develop and refine the Trust’s requirements and produced a

Equipment on the sites was

detailed Schedule of Accommodation. SHP also led the User

estimated to be in excess of

Group meetings in order to develop detailed proposals and a

£80,000,000

response to the ITN.

Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Trust Berrywood Hospital

Scheme Content The scheme will achieve a 136 bed Adult Acute, Adult Continuous Care, Elderly Mental Health facility and also an Academic Centre.

SHP’s Role

Scheme Value

SHP acted as Healthcare Planners as part of a bidding consortia.

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The SHP Team

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Strategic Healthcare Planning has a team of consultants who are experts in both PFI & PPP.

The following pages show the team members involved in projects for the Public Sector.

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Advisory services to the Public Sector Project

Description

Stage reached

Value

Chris Wood

Royal Worcestershire Hospital

A PFI development project for a replacement acute hospital. The project consisted of 450 inpatient beds on an out of town site.

Occupation

£95m

County Hospital Hereford

A PFI development project for a replacement acute hospital.

Occupation

£75m

University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire

A PFI development project for a replacement acute hospital and tertiary centre including neurosciences, cancer centre, cardiac unit, renal unit, ophthalmology in addition to the general acute beds

Occupation

£359m

Walsall Manor hospital

A PFI development project for an ambulatory Centre to an existing acute hospital

Occupation

£170m

University Hospital of North Staffordshire

A PFI development project for a replacement acute hospital and tertiary centre including neurosciences, cancer centre, cardiac unit, renal unit, ophthalmology in addition to the general acute beds

Occupation

£350m

University Hospital Birmingham

A PFI development for a city centre replacement teaching hospital

Occupation

£630m

Birmingham Metropolitan Hospital

A PFI Development for the replacement of 2 city centre hospitals and community infrastructure

Ludlow Community Hospital

A PPP development for a new community hospital

Birmingham Dental Hospital

John Jane Clarke McMahon

Lisa Hollick

Huw Lambert

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£750m

Financial close

£28m

A PPP Development for a replacement specialist teaching hospital

Financial close

£49m

Papworth Hospital

A PFI Development to reproved the National Heart Centre

Awaiting NHS approval to PB

£168m

North Bristol

PFI to redevelop Frenchay and Southmead Hospitals

Commissione d to OBC

£300m

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Chris M. Wood Bsc Hons, BArch, MAPM, RIBA

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Chris Wood is a partner of SHP a registered Architect and a member of the Association for Project Management with over 25 years of healthcare experience. Prior to the formation of SHP, Chris was an associate of Abbey Hanson Rowe for 12 years and previously as a principal architect with the North West Regional Health Authority. His responsibilities included co-ordination and preparation of hospital policies, standards and clinical planning. Chris’ current role includes working directly with healthcare personnel in the preparations of planning briefs, assessing functional content standards, detailing design and contract administration. He acts as lead consultant coordinating the work of technical teams. In addition, Chris has extensive experience in developing the estates component of major business cases and public sector comparators.

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John B. Clarke FIHEEM

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John Clarke is a partner of SHP and leads the facility planning arm of the business. John was, for 10 years, a partner in Temple Cox Nicholls Architects, one of Birmingham’s leading Architectural practices. Since the formation of SHP in 1996, John has concentrated on providing consultancy services to the wider healthcare industry. John has proven success in the implementation, planning and design of the full range of healthcare facilities including University Hospitals, District General Hospitals, Specialist Services Hospitals, Mental Health Facilities and Primary Care Facilities. John has also been actively involved in advising the Public Sector and its Private Sector Partners in the PFI arena since 1995, and has been acknowledged as one of the country’s leading advisors in this field.

Jane McMahon

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Post Grad Cert and Diploma in Managing Health and Social Care, PRINCE 2 – Foundation and Practitioner Levels

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Jane is a partner and has been with SHP since 2002. Her experience includes working with the NHS and their private sector partners across a spectrum of healthcare planning modernisation and investment initiatives. Her roles have included health facility planning, service and business planning, process re-engineering, policy development and service review. Her NHS experience included clinical administration and operational management within both primary and secondary care. Jane has also worked with multi-professional clinical teams.

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Advisory services to the Private Consortia Project

Description

Stage reached

Value

Chris Wood

John Jane Helen Clarke McMahon Jarvie

John Radcliffe Childrens unit

A PFI development to provide specialist accommodation for paediatric surgical specialties

Occupation

£135m

Oxford Churchill

A PFI development for cancer services

Unsuccessful bidder

£80m

Northern Batch

A PFI development to remodel Hope Hospital and Tameside

Occupation

£260m

Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospital PFI Project

A PFI development project for a replacement acute teaching hospital on a constrained city centre site. The project consisted of 684 inpatient beds with 25 theatres and an education centre over 99,000 sq..

Unsuccessful bidder

£450m

North Tees & Hartlepool

A PFI Development for a new acute hospital

Bidder Review

£300m

Birmingham & Solihull

A PFI Development for a new acute mental health unit

Whipps Cross Hospital

A PFI development to redevelop an existing site

Scheme cancelled by NHS

£300m

St Barts and the Royals

A PFI development to replace ageing estate

Engaged to liaise with Trust over 1:50 layouts

£900m

Northamptonshire Healthcare

A PFI development to provide 136 bed acute mental health unit

Occupation

£36M

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Lisa Hollick

Huw Lambert


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B.A (Hon’s) Business Studies Helen is a senior healthcare planner and has been involved with SHP since February 2001 working across a broad range of service and capital planning projects supporting NHS organisations and their partners with the delivery of the modernisation agenda. Helen has extensive experience as an operational NHS Manager. She has worked within Acute Trusts at a senior level for over 10 years managing the majority of Medical and Surgical clinical services. Her key skills included project planning, facilitation and change management to deliver quality and efficiency improvements.

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Huw Lambert B.A (Hon’s), Diploma in Architecture, RIBA

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Huw is a qualified Architect and a partner of SHP and has been with SHP since 1997. He has considerable experience of the detailed planning and design of a full range of healthcare facilities including: University Hospitals; District General Hospitals; Community Hospitals; Mental Health Facilities; Health Education & Research Facilities and Primary Care Facilities. Huw’s project involvement covers all work stages from concept studies to the use of 3D graphic software to demonstrate and test design visions with users, through preparation of project briefs, option appraisal, feasibility reports, utilisation studies and estate strategies. Huw also has extensive experience of technical and administrative management and the coordination of the collective design and overall team effort at both pre and post contract stages. 35


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