SPECIALIST HOSPITAL IN MAIDSTONE, KENT

68 bed specialist hospital project overview

This project comprised of a 65-bed independent hospital, with associated car parking areas and landscaping. The hospital is split across 4 wards, with each ward offering specialist health services. The hospital includes a range of associated therapy, entrance, administration and facilities management accommodation.

The hospital has been purpose built for improving mental health within a therapeutic environment, in line with the latest national specifications.

Great care has been applied to the design of the green spaces in and around this high-quality building and each ward will have direct access to outside space, either into a landscaped garden or terrace.

Tom Wilson, Director of Development and Facilities for the client, said: “We have been aware of Total’s activity within this and related sectors for a number of years as they have developed a national profile and positive reputation for team-working towards a successful project outcome.”

Work began in 2017, with the hospital opening in September 2018.

South tyneside Hospital

The new energy centre includes both a new boiler house, and a combined heat and power unit (CHP Unit). The unit will make more efficient and effective use of valuable energy resources

Specialist hospital Kent

This project comprised of a 65-bed independent hospital, with associated car parking areas and landscaping. The hospital is split across 4 wards, with each ward offering specialist health services. 

Star bucks drive through

The project consists of the construction of a new Starbucks Drive-Thru restaurant for The Giant Storage Group. The proposed location of the scheme constructed within the demise/boundary 

Turner court

Two separate retail spaces were also provided to the ground floor which is currently let to Tesco and Subway. Total Group provided a full turn-key service, which included all furniture, fixtures and

Ready to start your project ?

One partner, endless solutions

Scroll to Top