Conrad Gargett Honoured to be Shortlisted for London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital

Conrad Gargett Congratulates Appointed Architect

Brisbane Queensland Australia – London England United Kingdom

Conrad Gargett, a renowned Australian practice in architecture, urban design and landscape architecture, would like to congratulate John Sisk & Son Ltd with BDP Ltd for being appointed the design and delivery of phase four of the redevelopment programme for the Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) in London. Founded in 1852, GOSH is one of the world’s leading children’s hospitals and the UK’s largest pediatric centre that delivers a multitude of services and employs a team of 3,800 to care for more than 268,000 patients annually.

Proficient in healthcare design and delivery, Conrad Gargett collaborated with London-based Eric Parry Architects and construction company Carillion and was proud to be shortlisted in the design competition. The Royal Institute of British Architects who are the esteemed professional body founded for the advancement of architecture managed the design competition on behalf of GOSH. Hospital staff, patients and families collaborated to formulate the design brief that enunciated their shared aspirations to create an environment underpinned by the GOSH guiding principle: the Child First and Always.

Rebecca Moore, Director of Conrad Gargett stated, “Conrad Gargett, in partnership with London’s Eric Parry Architects and Carillion, would like to congratulate John Sisk & Son Ltd with BDP Ltd who have been selected to design and deliver the phase four intervention to redefine the entry and identity of Great Ormond Street and the hospital campus in London.”

Conrad Gargett is one of Australia’s most experienced healthcare architects with a strong portfolio of hospital projects. Most recently, in collaboration with Lyons, the practice designed and delivered the multi-award-winning Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital in Brisbane which provides care to Queensland’s most ill and critically-injured children who require highly specialised care.

Working with both public and private institutions, the practice has delivered facilities for all areas of healthcare ranging from aged care and community care centres through to laboratories and complex quaternary hospitals. Conrad Gargett has delivered services ranging from preparing health guidelines, feasibility studies, master planning and brief definition through to the design and delivery of healthcare and healing facilities all over Australia. The practice invests in continuous research and delivers evidence based design and innovation to provide facilities that support cultural change, visionary design and innovative healthcare delivery.