Sue Cooper, Business Development Manager

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Family Fun

By Sue Cooper, Business Development Manager in Practice News 0 comments

September signals "Back to School" and the annual Gilling Dod Hog Roast at The Cruck Barn. Even though rain threatened on Saturday, it didn't hamper the junior "Doders" fun on the Rodeo Surf Board and

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Prestigious CAMHS facility starts on site

By Sue Cooper, Business Development Manager in Architecture 0 comments

Construction is under way of the £14M Tier 4 CAMHS facility for Villicare.  Named by young people as "Ancora House", the single storey 26 bed facility will provide inpatient & day patient care for…

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CQC says "Outstanding" to Claire House Hospice

By Sue Cooper, Business Development Manager in Architecture 0 comments

Following a surprise visit by the Health Regulator, we are delighted to learn that the Care Quality Commission Inspectors have deemed Claire House Hospice  "outstanding" for the overall care and…

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Sid Watkins Building - Shortlisted at Healthcare Estates Awards 2015

By Sue Cooper, Business Development Manager in Awards 0 comments

One of two projects selected for final judging at the Healthcare Estates Awards 2015:  Sid Watkins Building for The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust has been shortlisted in the following…

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West Cumberland Hospital - Shortlisted at Healthcare Estates Awards 2015

By Sue Cooper, Business Development Manager in Awards 0 comments

Gilling Dod Architects are delighted to have 2 projects selected for final judging at the Healthcare Estates Awards 2015:  West Cumberland Hospital & Sid Watkins Building (see separate article)

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Winner - 2015 Design in Mental Health Awards

By Sue Cooper, Business Development Manager in Awards 0 comments

After winning in the 2012 & 2014 Design in Mental Health Awards, we were again delighted to be collecting a further award this year for The Light house Project. After beating off stiff competition…