One Mabledon Place takes home prestigious European Design Award

11 June 2018

One Mabledon Place takes home prestigious European Design Award

ISG’s UK Engineering Services business has won its first gong of 2018, with One Mabledon Place being awarded the Design for Adaptation and Transformation award at the European Healthcare Design Awards.

The complex project, which is also known as the Halo Building and saw ISG transform a 1970s office block into a state-of-the-art pathology laboratory at One Mabledon Place, London, for Healthcare Services Laboratories (HSL), was recognised for demonstrating excellence in design, innovations and research in healthcare.

The European Healthcare Design Awards shortlist was announced in May following a hotly-contested competition and intensive judging process.

The finalists were made up of organisations and multi-disciplinary project teams who have helped raise the bar in healthcare design and service delivery, in Europe and across the world.

The winners were announced following the culmination of the European Healthcare Design Congress 2018, with the final project award of the evening, Design for Adaptation and Transformation, presented to Steffian Bradley Architects, who ISG worked with while it led the fit out of the ground-breaking Halo Building. 

ISG was appointed in 2014 to create a facility that replicated HSL’s innovative, world-leading approach to diagnostics and pathology, as well as accommodate the world’s brightest researchers, doctors and scientists.

Paul Sharp, divisional director at ISG, commented: "David Broderick and our team worked tirelessly with HSL and the design team in designing, building and delivering a world centre of excellence that showcases our capabilities in the research and development market. 

“The project was a huge success and is now finally achieving the accolades it deserves." 

ISG’s One Mabledon Place team will now look ahead to the Construction News Awards on Thursday 12 July 2018, where it faces competition from across the industry in the £15m-£30m Project of the Year category

To see the full list of winners, visit the European Healthcare Design Awards website.