Doune Health Centre
|Participant:||NHS Forth Valley|
|Anticipated Start Date:||April 2018|
|Construction Period:||10 months|
|BREEAM Target:||"Excellent/Very Good” – a pragmatic approach is being taken in line with value for money principles|
The Doune Health Centre project involves the design and construction of a new Health Care facility to replace the existing Doune Medical practice which has been deemed too small for the current population. The practice currently has 4,000 registered patients and has a longstanding challenge in meeting an expanding population.
The new premises will enable Old Age Psychiatry Services to be provided to the local population through Doctor and Community Psychiatric Nurse (CPN) clinics and Dementia Link Services. Similarly, Adult Mental Health Services and Dermatology Services can be expanded from the new premises. The proposed project will facilitate the provision of services currently provided by Doune Medical Group, Primary & Community Care services and visiting Social Care services for the Doune area, provided by Stirling Council.
|Architect:||Anderson Bell Christie|
|Civil & Structural Engineer:||Waterman Group|
|Building Services:||Hawthorne Boyle|
|Principal Designer:||Kirk & Marsh|
|BREEAM Assessor:||Hulley & Kirkwood|
|hub Project Manager:||Andrew Ayres|
|Tier 1 Project Manager:||Stephen Lynas|