In 1999 John McAslan + Partners began its development of masterplan proposals for Benenden Hospital. The built commission involves the design and construction of a new clinical facility replacing a former ward block completed during the 1950s, which itself was an extension to a Grade II listed tuberculosis sanatorium designed by the leading British Modernist, Thomas Tate, in 1937.
The completed project embraces the provision of clinical, endoscopy and gynaecology facilities within a two-storey wing with dramatic views across the landscape to the south, and the reinstatement of the original form of the 1937 wing.
Health + Medical, Conservation + Heritage, Commercial
Benenden Hospital Trust
John McAslan Partners, Architect
Ove Arup & Partners, Multi-disciplinary Engineer
Faithful & Gould, Cost Consultant
Robert Owen Associates, Medical Specialist
Hurley Palmer Flatt, Planning Supervisor
Wallis Ltd, General Contractor
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Indian Institute of Advanced Nursing
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