Competitive Interview: South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust

Result

RIBA Competitions is delighted to announce CF Møller as the winners of a Competitive Interview for the South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust. The winning team will now work with the Trust to develop the design for the new inpatient and related accommodation to be developed on the Springfield Site in Wandsworth, London.

CF Møller was selected from a very strong shortlist which also included (in alphabetical order): Allford Hall Monaghan Morris; Allies & Morrison; Feilden Clegg Bradley; Henley Halebrown Rorrison; David Morley; Penoyre & Prasad; Reiach & Hall.

Overview

RIBA Competitions is delighted to announce the launch of a Competitive Interview on behalf of the South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust. Expressions of Interest are sought from architect-led multi-disciplinary design teams for the design of the Trust's new inpatient and related accommodation. The procurement has been advertised in OJEU and the process is being run in accordance with Public Procurement Regulations.

Category Competition Result / Project Competition
Type International, Project/EOI/PQQ, Open
Genre Medical-Facility
Country UK
Registration Deadline 23 August 2011 GoogleCal iCal
Submission Deadline 23 August 2011 (Must be Received)
Eligibility Architect-led multi-disciplinary design teams

Description
RIBA Competitions is delighted to announce the launch of a Competitive Interview on behalf of the South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust. Expressions of Interest are sought from architect-led multi-disciplinary design teams for the design of the Trust's new inpatient and related accommodation. The procurement has been advertised in OJEU and the process is being run in accordance with Public Procurement Regulations.

The Trust is now preparing for the development of its new generation of inpatient facilities to match the requirements of its innovative clinical services, based on the Recovery Model. Under this model, new facilities will support and empower service users, providing an inpatient experience that will encourage them to build on their strengths and return to a valued role in their community as they recover from a period of mental ill-health.

The facilities must therefore demonstrate how the Trust values its users, and so the buildings should provide a positive signal about the importance of users and their place in the community.

The Trust therefore seeks to select the most appropriate design team through a Competitive Interview process. The selected design team will then work closely with the Trust to develop the design brief which must accurately describe the client requirements. The location of the proposed new buildings will be determined in early 2012.

Jury
TBA

Prize
Design commission

Organizer
South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust

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