TODD buildings are playing their part to address the challenge of COVID-19

The first coronavirus assessment centre in Belfast is the Beech Hall Health and Wellbeing Centre which was designed by TODD Architects. It will see patients who have been referred there by their own GPs. The service at the Beech Hall has been put in place help manage workload and ensure patient safety.

Our healthcare team and their projects have and will continue to play a vital role in helping support the health and well-being of our society.

The King’s Hall Past & Future

We are proud to be involved in the redevelopment of The King’s Hall.

Watch The Kings Hall of Fame documentary tonight at 10:45pm BBC One NI.

The scheme for our clients Benmore Octopus Healthcare, marks a new future of the site. A landmark in the city, the iconic building at the centre of the site will be sensitively transformed into quality accommodation for a range of primary healthcare services to include GP, pharmacy, optician and much more.

In addition, the site will have residential and nursing care located close to an established community, as well as assisted living spaces providing quality transitionary and specialist care for those in later life.

It will boast a thriving location for all ages to enjoy with the addition of eateries, hotel, gym, retail and leisure facilities all located along a picturesque plaza.

The PastFuture

 

RIAI Awards 2019

TODD Architects are delighted to share Rathview Mental Healthcare facility came Commended in the RIAI Public Choice Awards, in the Wellbeing category. Thank you to all who voted for our project!

2019 marked the 30th year of the prestigious architecture RIAI Awards, with 23 Award Winners announced across 14 categories. All of the projects on the shortlist have been designed by RIAI-registered architects, and were completed in 2018, with the shortlisted projects decided outcome determined by the 10,000 votes cast, the Public Choice Award.

 

“The wide variety of projects included in this year’s shortlist demonstrates the diversity of great work being carried out by architects at home and abroad.  Their contribution is invaluable in terms of enriching our daily lives – our homes, schools and colleges, hospitals and the public spaces we enjoy”.

David Browne, RIAI President

“The standard of entries was very high this year. The jury have been visiting the shortlisted projects throughout the country and had a challenging task. The shortlist was made up of exceptional projects including residential homes, commercial spaces, schools, heritage locations and public spaces and it’s encouraging that Irish people recognise the value that Irish architects add to all aspects of the built environment, supporting Ireland’s educational, economic and social infrastructure.”

Carole Pollard, FRIAI, Chair of the Jury

 

View the full RIAI Awards 2019 Announcement feature here.

Winners: RICS NI Awards 2019

We are thrilled to share TODD Architects designed Craigavon Area Hospital: Blossom Children’s & Young People Centre won in its Infrastructure Award category and Omagh Integrated Primary School came Highly Commended in the Community Benefit category at last nights RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) NI Awards, held at the Crowne Plaza, Belfast.

Congratulations and well deserved to both design teams, clients and all contractors involved.

 

A record thirty-six of Northern Ireland’s most innovative and community beneficial property projects were shortlisted for this years Awards, across eight categories: Building Conservation, Commercial, Community Benefit, Design through Innovation, Infrastructure, Regeneration, Residential and Tourism & Leisure.

 

All Northern Ireland winners go on to compete against other regional winners at the national RICS Awards Grand Final in November 2019, for the chance to be crowned the overall UK winner in their respective category.

 

Rathview Mental Healthcare Facility: Shortlisted for RIAI Award

We are delighted to share TODD Architects designed Rathview Mental Healthcare Facility is shortlisted for RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2019.

From 197 entries a shortlist of 48 projects was selected by the Main Jury, Research Jury, Universal Design Jury and Future Award Jury.

 

As in previous years, the shortlist of buildings will form the basis for the RIAI Public Choice Award from which the public can select their favourite building by voting online.

We would appreciate all the support we can get, to vote for Rathview Mental Healthcare Facility follow this link: Vote for Rathview (its the 26th project down the page).

Thank you in advance!

 

The Awards Ceremony evening will be held on Friday 7 June at the Mansion House Dublin where all results will be announced and the awards presented.

 

 

Irish Construction Industry Awards 2019: Shortlisting

We are thrilled to share three of our projects have been shortlisted for the Irish Construction Industry Awards 2019.

Both Rathview Mental Healthcare Facility and The Croft Early Dementia Residential Care Scheme in the Health Project of the Year category, with Omagh Integrated Primary School in the Education Project of the Year category.

The winners will be revealed at the black-tie gala awards ceremony on Thursday, June 13th, in the Citywest Hotel, Dublin.

 

Fingers crossed for all three of our design teams!

 

Launched in 2014, the Irish Construction Industry Awards recognises, encourages and celebrates original and innovative contractors, businesses, teams, consultants and projects that demonstrate excellence in the built environment.

More info on Awards shortlisting here.