Cheltenham General Hospital – Interventional Radiology Theatre
Healthcare & Hospital Architects
Quattro Design Architects has been delivering projects to the Healthcare sector across the UK for over 36 years. Our established and talented Team of leading Healthcare & Hospital Architects, Interior Designers and Technical Engineers has collaborated successfully with all types of Healthcare providers and secured long-standing partnerships across the Healthcare sector.
Have a project in mind? Contact our Healthcare & Hospital Architects to discover our state-of-the-art Healthcare Design solutions.
Our experience is wide ranging and includes Primary, Secondary and Tertiary care, strategic Masterplanning, specialism in Mental Health Care Architecture, Community and Social Care, and Private Healthcare.Read More
Thirlestaine Centre, Cheltenham – Screening Clinic
Gloucestershire Royal Hospital Courtyard Development – Primary Care
Stratton Ward, Cirencester Hospital
The Chamwell Centre, Hydrotherapy Pool
Cheltenham General Hospital, General Theatres One and Two
Cashes Green Ward, Stroud – Secondary, Dementia Care
Quattro’s Healthcare and Hospital Architecture
We recognise the fundamental role the built environment plays in the care and treatment of patients and firmly believe that good design can deliver direct therapeutic benefits for patients and staff alike.
We are currently working on projects at NHS hospitals across the Midlands, South West and South East including Andrews and St. Peters Hospital in Chertsey, Gloucester Royal, Cheltenham General, Hereford Hospitals and with Gloucestershire Hospitals, Avon & Wiltshire, Birmingham Community, Wye Valley NHS Trusts.
In the PFI Facilities Management sector we work with two of the largest and recognisable European and intonational provides, Apleona and Sodexo.
Our Healthcare Team are currently working on fast track projects with NHS Trusts to develop duel function Healthcare delivery environments due to the current surge in patient numbers. In one example, a ward will operate as a stroke unit under ordinary circumstances, and in times of need it will flex to become an additional ICU ward. An extraordinarily technically challenging scheme that we are relishing the opportunity to develop.
Our schemes are not simply patient focused, we strive to deliver real solutions for the working conditions of NHS staff; how we protect those who need and work within our Healthcare Sector, whilst also making buildings more aspirational, adaptable, agile and flexible.