• Technical

    • Appointment: 2003
    • Construction Start: 2005
    • Completion: 2007
    • Area: 3,529m²
    • Budget: £6.7 million
    • Sustainable Credentials: CO2 emissions/m² treated floor area: 75.4kgCO2/m²; NEAT Excellent Rating
    • Form of Contract: Design & Build
    • Client: Wandsworth PCT; Building Better Health; South West London Health Partnership
    • Contractor: Willmott Dixon
    • Services Engineer: Whitby Bird
    • Structural Engineer: Price & Myers
    • Quantity Surveyor: Davis Langdon
    • Landscape Architect: Landscape Projects
    • Building Control: MLM
  • Bibliography

      • Graham Bizley, Architecture in Detail II, Architectural Press 2010, pp132–134
      • 50 years of London Architecture 1960-2010, Wordsearch / Architecture Club 2010, June, p267
      • 'Case Note 2', Case Notes: Client Leadership (Exemplary Healthcare Buildings), Architecture & Design Scotland, June 2009, pp26–35
      • Ken Allinson, London's Contemporary Architecture: 5th Edition, Architectural Press, June 09, pp360–361
      • Architecture Technology & Design (China), November 2008, pp56–61
      • Atlas of 21st Century Architecture, Phaidon, September 2008, p301
      • Ellis Woodman, 'Review of the Year', The Daily Telegraph, 15 February 2009, p23
      • Andrew Sansom, 'Meeting of Minds', Hospital Development Magazine, February 2007, pp16–19
      • Ellis Woodman, 'Body Building', Building Design, 16 February 2009, pp12–17
  • Awards

    • Commendation, Civic Trust Award, 2008
    • Winner, Wandsworth Design Award, 2008
    • Commendation, AIA/UK Excellence in Design Award, 2007

The centre brings together, under one roof, community-based therapy services for accident and stroke victims, a mental health unit for drugs and alcohol dependents and two GP practices.

‘In recognising that the LIFT buildings represent that rarest of things, a new typology, the architects have coined an architectural expression that has wide application’ Ellis Woodman, 2007

  • Technical

    • Appointment: 2003
    • Construction Start: 2005
    • Completion: 2007
    • Area: 3,529m²
    • Budget: £6.7 million
    • Sustainable Credentials: CO2 emissions/m² treated floor area: 75.4kgCO2/m²; NEAT Excellent Rating
    • Form of Contract: Design & Build
    • Client: Wandsworth PCT; Building Better Health; South West London Health Partnership
    • Contractor: Willmott Dixon
    • Services Engineer: Whitby Bird
    • Structural Engineer: Price & Myers
    • Quantity Surveyor: Davis Langdon
    • Landscape Architect: Landscape Projects
    • Building Control: MLM
  • Bibliography

      • Graham Bizley, Architecture in Detail II, Architectural Press 2010, pp132–134
      • 50 years of London Architecture 1960-2010, Wordsearch / Architecture Club 2010, June, p267
      • 'Case Note 2', Case Notes: Client Leadership (Exemplary Healthcare Buildings), Architecture & Design Scotland, June 2009, pp26–35
      • Ken Allinson, London's Contemporary Architecture: 5th Edition, Architectural Press, June 09, pp360–361
      • Architecture Technology & Design (China), November 2008, pp56–61
      • Atlas of 21st Century Architecture, Phaidon, September 2008, p301
      • Ellis Woodman, 'Review of the Year', The Daily Telegraph, 15 February 2009, p23
      • Andrew Sansom, 'Meeting of Minds', Hospital Development Magazine, February 2007, pp16–19
      • Ellis Woodman, 'Body Building', Building Design, 16 February 2009, pp12–17
  • Awards

    • Commendation, Civic Trust Award, 2008
    • Winner, Wandsworth Design Award, 2008
    • Commendation, AIA/UK Excellence in Design Award, 2007
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