Building Better Health Care Awards 2007

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The 2007 The Building Better Healthcare Award winners where announced on Thursday 8 November 2007 at The Brewery, London

Building Design Class

Best Hospital Design
Winner: Richard Desmond Children’s Eye Centre, Moorfields Eye Hospital, London – Penoyre & Prasad LLP
Highly commended: Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital, Brighton – Building Design Partnership
Highly commended: Broadgreen Hospital, Liverpool – Nightingale Associates

Best Primary and Community Care Design
Winner: Lymington New Forest Hospital, Hampshire – Murphy Philipps Architects
Highly commended: Kaleidoscope. Children and Young People’s Centre, Lewisham, London – van Heyningen and Haward Architects
Highly commended: Heart of Hounslow Centre for Health, Hounslow, London – Penoyre & Prasad LLP

Design for Care at Home
Winner: Ellesmere House Elderly People’s Home, Chelsea – Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects and HLM Architects Mental Health Design
Highly commended: Bridge House, Lambeth, London – Devereux Architects Limited
Highly commended: Stone House Inpatient Addiction Unit, Dartford, Kent – Hunter & Partners

Best Sustainable Design
Winner: Breathing Space, Rotherham – Rotherham Construction Partnership
Highly commended: Artesian House, Bermondsey, London – Thompson House Hospital, Lisburn for South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust, Co Antrim, Northern Ireland

Best International Design
Winner: The Credit Valley Hospital, The Carlo Fidani Peel Regional Cancer Centre, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada – Farrow Partnership Architects Inc.

Patient Environment Class

Best Interior Design
Winner: London Oncology Clinic, Harley Street, London – Sonnemann Toon Architects
Highly commended: Valley Medical Centre, Washington, US

Best Landscape Design
Winner: Keats House, Heath Close, Inpatient Unit, Billericay, Essex
Highly commended: Moorfields Eye Hospital, London

Best Use of Art in Healthcare Facilities
Winner: Regional Acquired Brain Injury Unit (RABIU), Musgrave Park Hospital, Belfast
Highly commended: GO Create! Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital
Highly commended: Architectural Art Glass Window and Film Installation, Nightingale Centre and Genesis Research Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester – LIME

Best Future Design Concept
Winner: Barnstaple Local Hyper-Modern Hospital, MAAP Architects
Highly commended: Patient Care Room, RTKL

Products Class

Best Future Design Concept
Winner: Hygiene complacency Device
Highly commended: HBN04 Ensuite WC
Highly commended: Versatile Interactive Pan

Best Healthcare construction product or material
Winner: Trent Concrete, Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital

Best Product for Hospital Interiors
Winner: Rimless pan, Twyford Bathrooms
Highly commended: Kelowna Sofa, Kirton Healthcare

Estates and Facilities Management Services Class

Excellence in healthcare catering
Winner: Hinchingbrooke Health Care NHS Trust, Catering Services Department, Cambridgeshire

Improving patient safety through the environment
Winner: Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Trust Estates and Facilities Department

Excellence in Facilities Management
Winner: South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Highly commended: Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Trust Estates and Facilities Department

People Class

Best client team
Winner: PFI team – Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital
Highly commended: Wayne Fyffe and The Credit Valley Hospital, Ontario, Canada

Best contractor of the year
Winner: HBG Construction for the Essex Cardiothoracic Centre

Design champion of the year
Winner: Hugh Steward, director of environment and client services at Newham University Hospital NHS Trust

Judges’ Special Award
Winner: Guys Approaches, South Essex Rape and Incest Crisis Centre, Thurrock, Essex – Featherstone Associates

Lifetime Achievement Award
Winner: Ray Moss

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