the boiler house


The former boiler house powering the main hospital complex in central Bristol used to generate heating from its steam boilers, which fed through pipes running in tunnels to all parts of the campus. The steam boiler has now been removed. The trust appointed Burke Rickhards to design and co-ordinate the conversion of the existing shell into a new central administration and support centre for the campus. The works were primarily of an Interior design nature with some limited alterations to the external envelope. The design included the insertion of a new mezzanine floor into the large volume left from the removal of the boiler.

Client: University Hospital Bristol NHS
Contract Value: 3.9 Million
Completion Date: August 2009