The new Health and Care Centre in Clydebank, Glasgow, is part of the centrepiece of the Queens Quay masterplan which aims to reconnect Clydebank with the Clyde. The facility is a key driver for local activity and signifies a post-industrial change for the area, which is moving towards a health and well-being future.
As the ninth health and care centre facility delivered by BAM Construction through Hub West Scotland for NHSGGC, the development promotes cross-discipline working within primary care and encourages collaboration and co-operation between primary care providers in the same building.
The £21.7m health facility was completed using the Titan Multi facing brick, supplied by Bricklink. The design brief pushed for a modern facility that recognised the areas industrial, whilst keeping a wellbeing and health focus. Our team of specialists worked with the Anderson Bell & Christie Architects to select a buff multi brick that would form an aesthetic facade that blends harmoniously with the surroundings and represents the intentions of the building's future.
Completed in December 2021, the health and care centre was ready to open its doors to patients in February 2022. The three-floor centre offers the area a centralised model of primary care with six GP practices, a podiatry and physio practice, community services and agile workspaces for staff, all under one roof. The building’s design is arranged around a central atrium space with two courtyards for public patient use as well as private areas designed for staff to navigate the facility independently of patient zones, to encourage greater shared knowledge between health care providers in the building.