Projects

St Christopher’s Hospice, Learning Hub

St Christopher’s Hospice provides skilled and compassionate end of life care and bereavement support of the highest quality, combining specialist care, research and education.

Jerram Falkus is undertaking The Learning Hub project for the Hospice which will provide;

  • A flexible lecture space for up to 120 people, which can divide into three smaller teaching rooms to accommodate multiple groups at a time
  • An open welcoming foyer space for conducting public events and concerts
  • A Skills Lab for practical training, with beds and teaching space
  • E-learning and personal study space
  • An information service including library and bookshop for access to specialist publications and up to date information on topics relating to end of life care
  • Embedded webinar, conferencing and other technology to enhance learning and widen access nationally and internationally
  • Meeting rooms.

The works are comprised of two phases:

Phase 1 – design and construction of a new steel frame building which will be clad in glass, brick and polycarbonate cladding along with an internal fit-out to create teaching spaces and associated facilities.

Phase 2 – Demolition of existing Education Centre to enable a new car park (58 spaces) to be created to the south of the site.

The new building will enable the Hospice to train more people to deliver high quality end of life care. The training provided by the Learning Hub will be for professionals, as well as wider community members including family, friends and carers.

Illustrations / imagery provided by Mills Power Architecture.

Other Projects

Hintze Hall, Natural History Museum

One of our most prestigious projects, the Natural History Museum’s ‘Hintze Hall’ project included the refurbishment and restoration of the Grade I listed central space, creating additional gallery spaces at ground, first and second floor levels. The works comprised replacement of roof lights and conservation of the building’s listed fabric which acts as the gateway […]

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East End Thames View

The redevelopment of the eastern end of the Thames View Estate in Barking provides 276 high quality affordable homes. The development was achieved without grant-funding or cross-subsidy and made possible via a private investment model designed to enable social regeneration. The works involved the construction of five apartment blocks running north to south along the […]

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Peckham Palms, Hair and Beauty Hub

The Palms is a retail space, in the heart of Peckham, providing hairstyling and beauty services. As part of on-going redevelopment of the Peckham Rye Station area, Southwark Council relocated the many hair and beauty businesses originally based in Bleinheim Grove area to a new build purpose designed facility on the site of former disused […]

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Geffrye Place, Hoxton

The Jerram Development’s project is situated Cremer Street adjacent to the Museum of the home in Hoxton in the London Borough of Hackney. The scheme comprised both the refurbishment of the former Marquis of Lansdown public house and a new four storey building adjacent. The existing public house listed building has been stabilised, retained and […]

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Macmillan Cancer Support Centre

The project comprises a complex part two/part three storey structure built in to the slope of Bristol Gate at the Royal Sussex County Hospital. The retaining walls and lower ground floor slab are constructed in reinforced cast- insitu waterproof concrete, with a partial reinforced concrete frame and upper floors and a hybrid superstructure frame of […]

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New Grandview, Oakwood Adult Autism Unit

The New Grandview Oakwood Adult Autism Unit provides long term specialist residential accommodation to adults with autistic spectrum disorder, who require 24-hour support. The building features three self-contained apartments, for those who can live more independently, as well as en-suite bedrooms, communal areas, and gardens, all specifically designed for people with autism and mental health […]

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Tollgate Primary School

As part of the London Borough of Newham’s expansion programme, Tollgate Primary School is expanding from two form to three form entry with capacity for over 630 children. We have constructed two new two-storey classroom blocks in order to extend the existing school buildings and these new buildings will accommodate two new classrooms, three SEN […]

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52 Whitmore Road (mixed use CLT)

52 Whitmore Road is a 6 storey mixed use development on the south bank of the Regent’s Canal in Hackney. The site, which formerly housed a warehouse, comprises of offices funded by the Shoreditch Trust, a double height photographer’s studio and three duplex flats with roof terraces. The Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) structure was completed […]

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University of Creative Arts, Farnham

Jerram Falkus is currently on site at the University of Creative Arts campus in Farnham undertaking the design and construction of a new Film and Media Centre. The new building will provide specialist facilities for film and media students.   The two-storey development is designed to house the technology and specialist equipment needed to prepare […]

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Seven Islands Leisure Centre

The revitalisation of this leisure centre has undergone a £1 million refurbishment and has now been officially opened. Pick Everard provided mechanical and electrical building services design to assist the local authority in reducing running costs and bringing back to life a dated building. The refurbishment provides a new reception area and changing village, as […]

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Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School

The site is situated off Butterfly Lane, Elstree within the bounds of Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School The site posed logistical challenges due to its woodland location nearly 1 kilometre from the  school entrance, across school playing fields and unmade tracks. It was also extremely close to Elstree Aerodrome which required special approvals of our procedures […]

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The Foundry, Building B

The works to this Grade II Listed former canal-side wharf building were designed by their owner and occupant, Cullinan Studio. Achieving BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating, the Foundry is naturally cross-ventilated while an air source heat pump serves under-floor heating. A new independent steel frame on isolated pad foundations was constructed within the existing building to support […]

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