King's College Hospital, London
Works: 4-storey Extensions
The building is a 4-storey infill extension to King’s College Hospital. Built in modular construction with flat panel exteriorRead more
Works: New 2-storey Sixth Form Centre
Value: £1.2 million
The building is constructed in steel frame with timber panel infill and a rendered external façade.
A feature Trespa panel is provided around the buildings perimeter and there is a large amount of feature curtain walling and glazing. The building also includes a glazed link which provides a seamless connection to the existing campus.
The ground floor of the sixth form centre provides 3 classrooms, a learning resource centre, a kitchen, dining and café area. The first floor includes a further 6 classrooms, group room and a central ‘atria’ over the dining area. A range of office, toilet and ancillary spaces are provided throughout.
Purpose Group: Assembly and Recreation
Involvement: Full project involvement - plan assessment and site inspections