Hope. For a family, it means the possibility of seeing a loved one again. For a patient, it means a restored sense of confidence, a strengthening of will. But for a hospital, it means hard work. Providing the best care available, with the most knowledgeable staff and the facilitation of recovery. To do so, a hospital must have modern facilities with space and areas to accommodate specific needs.
The Hope Building provides leading specialist medical facilities within a landmark building of major civic importance for the City of Salford. Salford Royals major new hospital wing is home to 242 beds, including a 55-bed Emergency Assessment Unit, a 32- bed Critical Care Unit and new facilities for Renal, Intestinal Failure and Urology Services. Additional facilities such as a mortuary, pharmacy and education and training are provided within the Mayo Building, a new education facility for staff.
The Hope Building focuses on the well-being of the patient and family, faster recovery time, support care and providing private treatment facilities. The scheme includes a holistic approach to the building and interior space by fully integrating the architectural design, landscape design, interior design and art strategy which resulted in simpler and more-legible.