Client: Stirling Council, NHS Forth Valley and Scottish Ambulance Service
Architects: JM Architects
Contractor: Robertson Construction
Project Value £37 million
Lead Consultant: Dr Elena Prokofieva
In partnership with Hub East Central Scotland and on behalf of Stirling Council, NHS Forth Valley and Scottish Ambulance Service the construction of two new purpose built facilities on the existing Stirling Community Hospital site.
The GP and Minor Injuries Centre comprises modern spacious accommodation for existing health services which includes 3 GP practices, x-ray facilities, minor injuries and Out of Hours service, it also includes a Scottish Ambulance base.
The Bellfield Centre is a new Care Hub with over 100 beds to provide short term care, assessment or rehabilitation to older people requiring additional support following illness or an operation. The Care Hub will also provide support for patients with dementia and those who require palliative an end of life care.
RMP were commissioned to provide a full range of acoustic consultancy services including design advice and ensuring that a suitable environment is created in terms of ambient noise levels (internal and external), sound insulation and reverberation.