Burlington Danes

Hammersmith Hospital, London

The Burlington Danes Medical Research Facility was built as the result of a collaboration between GlaxoSmithKline, Imperial College and the Medical Research Council. It was built to provide a centre of excellence for clinical imaging and as part of a rationalisation and consolidation programme for Imperial College’s campus laboratories. This facility sits on the site of the former Burlington Danes school and adjoins Hammersmith Hospital.

Secured as part of a Framework Agreement and procured on a single-stage design and build basis, Walter Lilly managed the shell and core fitting out of part of the third, fourth and fifth floors of the East Wing to provide a mix of laboratories, cold rooms, write-up space and offices.

Facilities within the scope of the project included radiation rooms which were finished in anti-radiation paint.

Project credentials


Hammersmith Hospital, London


Imperial College London


Project Manager: Arup
Architect: BMJ Architects
PQS: Turner & Townsend
Structural Engineer: AKT II
Services Engineer: NDY

“It was built to provide a centre of excellence for clinical imaging...”
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