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Overview

The £2.8 million St. Oswald’s Hospice Day Services Outpatients’ Suite, built by Dorin Construction, is a purpose-built facility offering a range of flexible services to North East families. Its children’s facility has been built on land adjacent to the adult one, but with a separate entrance and reception area to ensure children and families feel safe within their own environment.

Our Solution

The building was made to be a peaceful and welcoming haven for those suffering from terminal illness and their families, making Interior design and furnishings of critical importance. J.D.D.K. Architects’ specification included extensive use of Laidlaw solutions’ Orbis timber doorsets with satin stainless steel Orbis commercial ironmongery. In addition, co-ordinated Laidlaw stainless steel and timber handrail systems were both used, with Laidlaw stainless steel also used in key external areas.

Laminated Orbis timber doorsets were fitted to eight treatment and therapy rooms, a patient assessment room, as well as offices in the reception, patient and carer areas. Fittings of particular note included access control to static doors and ‘auto doors’ in corridors, while fittings from the extensive Orbis Commercial range ensured that full coordination of design was achieved.

How Laidlaw Helped

The building was made to be a peaceful and welcoming haven for those suffering from terminal illness and their families, making Interior design and furnishings of critical importance. J.D.D.K. Architects’ specification included extensive use of Laidlaw solutions’ Orbis timber doorsets with satin stainless steel Orbis commercial ironmongery. In addition, co-ordinated Laidlaw stainless steel and timber combination handrail systems were both used, with Laidlaw stainless steel also used in key external areas.

We worked closely with Laidlaw Balustrades to develop a contemporary adaptation of their existing balustrades range, which suited the scheme aesthetics, at no extra cost to the project. Throughout the project, Laidlaw Balustrades’ customer liaison and aftercare service was reassuringly pro-active, permitting the client to fully integrate the new building into their existing campus

The Laidlaw Team

Lee Thompson

Technical Balustrade Sales Executive

St Oswald’s Hospice

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