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Journal Article

Journal TitlePerspective
Article TitleUlster Hospital Inpatient Ward Block : case study
AuthorHazlett, Wayne ; McKeown, Andrew
Page(s)pp12 - 19, 22 - 23
DateMarch / April 2017
Contentcad images, diagrams, elevations, illustrations, perspectives, photos, plans, sections, site plans, text
OrganisationSouth Eastern Health & Social Care Trust
Note(s)A case study and Architect's account of the construction of a new Inpatient Ward block which will provide inpatient bedrooms, a catheterization laboratory, 4 operating theatres and recovery suites plus a pharmacy. The building has a modernist design and maximises the use of natural light. This building is part of a phased redevelopment of the Ulster Hospital site to create a modern, fit for purpose hospital. The challenge of this phased redevelopment includes the need for the hospital to continue to operate during the redevelopment phases, as well as how to integrate the existing buildings into the overall future site design.
Subject(s)children's hospitals ; hospitals ; health facilities ; Modernism ; master plans ; sloping sites ; demolition
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