Local Authority Building Control (LABC) have extensive experience of the the most technically complex healthcare projects and developments, including the complicated legislation surrounding medical buildings, hospitals and GP surgeries. Here are just a few examples:
A £1.3 million refurbishment and extension project with major internal re-planning delivered within a very tight timescale of 12 months.
The same building control officer had dealt with each of the applications over the past few years, ensuring continuity of approach and development of valuable background knowledge of the site functions and the existing 1970s building.
Building control team: NMD Building Control
A £14.6m two-storey building at Wrightington Hospital that includes two 28 bed post-operative wards and an innovative four bay orthopaedic 'Barn Theatre.'
BIM was used to enable the project team to make informed decisions about the design of the building and the services in it.
Building control team: West Lancashire Borough Council
Construction of a new Children's Health Park in Springfield Park.
The building control team were involved from pre-submission design team meetings all the way through to regular construction meetings and site inspection.
Building control team: Liverpool City Council
North Devon Healthcare NHS Trust's new £2.2m chemotherapy unit.
The unit is fully accessible with automatic doors and level threshold to the external spaces.
Building control team: North Devon District Council
Care home for older people at land off Culpepper Close, Buckingham Park in Aylesbury.
The development comprises a facility offering both general purpose residential care and specialist dementia care for up to 64 older people from the local area.
Building control team: Aylesbury Vale District Council