Health and Wellbeing

We have developed a wide range of health and wellbeing projects in partnership with Local Health Boards specialist charities and private healthcare developers.

Many of these schemes are within existing estates and our project teams fully understand the sensitivities associated within these challenging locations.

Projects are highly serviced and require close coordination between fully integrated team members.

Vaughan Gething AM, Cabinet Secretary for Health, Well-being
and Sport at the opening ceremony of the Gellinudd Mental Health
Recovery Centre

Care & Respite Centre

Active Campus



St Davids Hospice Care

BREEAM: Very Good

This Secure by Design project creates 15 en-suite bedrooms, each room benefits from its own private terrace with large sliding glazed doors.

Each room has the flexibility to be heated and cooled by fan-coil units so the environment of the resident can be adjusted.

The central circulation and social space runs down the centre of two-wings, with high ceilings with daylight through continuous roof lighting.

The entrance lobbies are large open spaces which accommodate a ‘social-hub’ and café.

Low-energy fittings and plant reduce energy use and running costs.






First in Wales

Mental Health Care Centre




The Gellinudd Recovery Centre is a ground breaking new in-patient service for people with mental illness and is the first of its kind in Wales and the UK.

The Centre is the rejuvenation of the former Gellinudd Community Elderly Mental Inform (EMI) Hospital in Pontardawe, Swansea.

Guest accommodation is provided via 16 en-suite bedrooms, other facilities include a gym, a multi-faith room, a café, lounge and a log cabin in the surrounding wood.

Shortlisted for the Constructing Excellence Wales: Value Award








Active hospital site



Cardiff & Vale University Health Board

The design and build of a two-storey care clinic within the Llandough Hospital campus.

The new centre provides essential diagnostic and radiography services with out patient appointments for some 4,000 patients a year.

The clinic was constructed in a ‘live’ hospital environment with the dignity and safety of all patients and staff given the highest priority.











Phase Construction

Tier 1 Framework Contractor  


Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Local Health Board

Morriston Hospital: Refurbishment of the Clydach Ward, which forms part of Welsh Centre for Burns and Plastic Surgery.

The refurbishment included the addition of new bed cubicles, the installation of new bath/shower rooms, and the conversion of office space into additional treatment rooms.

The refurbishment work was carried out in a ‘live’ ward. To mitigate any risk of infection, working areas were screened off, and cleaned/ disinfected before and at the end of each working shift.









Research & Development

Production of medical equipment



Welsh Government

The new single-storey building provides Magstim with a facility to manufacture and supply state-of-the-art clinical and research instruments that allow neuroscientists to work with the human brain in awake subjects.

Magstim and Neurosign products also cover the fields of neurology, neurophysiology, ENT (ear, nose and throat), orthopaedic and neurosurgery. 

The new building is linked to their existing research and development facility on the Spring Gardens Industrial site. The connection to the existing building required careful phasing of the work to avoid disruption to highly critical services.







First of its kind in the UK

Standardised design layout



AWG Properties Ltd

BREEAM: Excellent

The design and construction of the UKs first state-of-the-art private Gastroenterology unit

The two-storey building has two-endoscopy theatres, 10 en-suite rooms for patients, outpatient consulting, laboratories, teaching and training facilities.

Using a standardised design layout, the floor space can be increased to meet future demands.

In addition to the main build, external works including road construction, car parking and landscaping works were also undertaken.







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