Client: Liverpool and Sefton Health Partnership
Value: £ undisclosed
Work: Structural, civil and environmental engineering
The redevelopment of the former health centre included the demolition of the existing buildings, the remediation of land affected by the petrol station and the construction and fit out of a two storey, steel framed building which is approximately 43m in width and 54 m in length. The building comprises 4 wings connected together at a central atrium. The redevelopment of the site also included car parking with associated access roads and a small amount of soft landscaping.
Speke was nominated for and won the RICS NW Community Benefit category at the award ceremony held at Lancashire County Cricket Club in May 2011.