Multi-disciplinary construction consultancy, Edmond Shipway, has recently begun the latest phase of work on site at Princess Elizabeth Hospital, Guernsey. Appointed as Quantity Surveyor to the £20 million scheme, this is the latest project to get underway as part of an extensive programme of redevelopment for the Hospital.
Works which include the integration of an existing Georgian building on a site overlooking protected landscape will involve the construction of a new Mental Health Unit offering 24 hour living accommodation for adults. Once complete, the 5,350 m2 development will consolidate adult and children’s Mental Health Services on one site incorporating an 18 bed adult acute ward, an 8 bed older adult ward, outpatient services including Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) and shared support offices for Community Mental Health Teams (CMHTs).
Edmond Shipway first became involved with the Hospital almost ten years ago and has since provided quantity surveying services for £5.5 million worth of nurses accommodation, a £27 million three storey clinical block and a new car park with associated infrastructure.
Commenting on the programme, David Stevenson, Managing Director for Edmond Shipway said;
“Since first becoming involved with the Princess Elizabeth nearly a decade ago, our team has built a strong relationship and gained an excellent understanding of the client’s requirements. We are confident in our ability to once again deliver a built environment that represents excellent value for money”.