Sully Hospital was a listed building, originally constructed in 1930 as a TB hospital. The entire building, including several ancillary wings, has been converted into a prestigious residential development. The three storey wing overlooking the sea has had a lightweight steel framed roof above to form an extra storey throughout.

The existing floor slabs have been fully load tested to ensure future design life of the building.

KEY FEATURES

  • Former Art Deco style hospital.
  • Listed building with extensive sea views.
  • Successful conversion into residential apartments.
  • Considerable concrete repair work to the areas suffering the corrosive marine environment.
  • Full load tests to existing floors to justify existing floor strength and lightweight roof extensions.  

 

Project Client

Galliard Homes

Architect

Atkins Walter Webster

Project Value

£30m

Completion Date

March 2009