Eden ward seclusion room refurbishment, Lambeth Hospital
Completed June 2021
South London and Maudsley NHS Trust
Theobald’s were awarded another project in the trusts seclusion room upgrade programme for refurbishment to the room within Eden Ward, Lambeth Hospital.
The works firstly required the formation of a nurses office created, due to this changed to the seclusion room. This included new benching, decorating, access control and minor ventilation works.
The second and main part of the works included the refurbishment of the seclusion room and dirty utility room. This included strip out of the existing rooms, including walls, existing washrooms and all fixtures and fittings. Formation of new walls to form observation room in structural steel clad in ply, with resin wall finishes to the walls and floors throughout. New heavy duty vision panels to the room, new secondary glazed panels for service access by the trust, installation of anti ligature doorsets, IPS units, full electrical installation including new sound system, lighting and access control. Full installation of ventilation and a/c for use within both rooms, installation of new washroom items, new MF ceilings throughout and decorations. The project also required the installation of specialist daylight light fitting within the ceiling and specialist film to the external windows.
Due to this project being on a live ward it had its challenges, but was successfully delivered for the trusts use.