The new £70 million Cynon Valley Hospital in South Wales has been shortlisted for the RIBA Welsh Architecture Awards. It was designed by architecture, landscape and urban design, interiors and environment firm, HLM.
Cynon Valley Hospital provides local primary care support for the residents of the Cynon Valley and local communities. The 18,500 sq m, two-storey building occupies 6.5 hectares (16.1 acres) and features 128 rehabilitation and intermediate care beds, children??s services, a large supporting therapies unit, outpatient clinics, community dental services and a mental health unit for community out-patient and elderly in-patient care.
Jonathan Jones, Associate Director at HLM said: ?We are delighted to be shortlisted for such a prestigious award that recognises our work on this project. Cynon Valley Hospital ensures that the best care can be delivered to the residents of the Cynon Valley and the wider area, to the highest of standards.??
The hospital is one of eight projects shortlisted for the RIBA Welsh Architecture Awards. The winning project will be announced on Wednesday 12 June at Newport University.
The RIBA Awards have been running continuously since 1966 and are judged and presented locally. RIBA Award winning-schemes set the standard for great architecture all across the country.
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