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KING’S COLLEGE HOSPITAL

THE BRIEF

The Radiology building is located within the King’s College, Denmark Hill Hospital site. This building is in constant use and had been wrapped with a tin-hat scaffold to allow the vital roof top services to function, and stop the
existing roof from leaking. 

The scope of the works included approximately 600m2 of existing roof scape, located over an existing two storey Victorian building. The existing roof includes a combination of flat & pitched areas, the flat part being intensely populated with a range of top plant equipment. 

Our client required an accurate as built measured survey to inform the design of the new roof structure.

This is a fully working hospital so the project would need to be developed whilst still maintaining the operation of the building.

As a result, accurate survey information of the roof top plant equipment, was vital to ensure no disruption to general services

OUR WORK

Spatial Dimensions delivered a fully controlled, accurate measured building survey, including elevations, roof plans and detailed sections. Working around the congested roof top conditions and inside the hospital building, the team ensured there was no further disruption to this busy hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic in June 2020.

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THE OUTCOME

The survey was delivered on time and allowed the architect to progress the scheme. 

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