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A new intermediate care facility providing an activity hall, a gym, treatment and physio rooms, managers offices, toilet areas and a main entrance atrium area for soldiers to aid in their treatment and recovery of injuries.
The structure incorporates a two-storey steel frame with brick and block-work to the perimeter, areas of render at first floor level with curtain walling and windows concluding the facade. The ground and first floors are concrete slabs with underfloor heating.
Most of the roof finishes are of metal decking with an insulated topping and membrane although there is an area of hot melt style roof over the main ground floor plant room.
The building includes one lift and four sets of staircases within the design and a plant room based on both the ground and first floors to control ventilation.
The entrance atrium area is constructed using curtain walling to the front and rear and incorporates a large roof light to naturally illuminate the area around the main reception desk.
The internal finishes include plaster skim to walls with a paint finish, suspended ceilings in the majority, laid in a grid formation with various styles of tile and a mixture of carpet and vinyl flooring except for the activity hall which has a sprung timber floor finish.