Two of ADP’s projects have been shortlisted for this year’s RICS Social Impact Awards in the southeast region; the Stokes Centre for Urology and the Stansfeld Centre for Innovation and Science Education.
A collaboration between the Prostate Project and the NHS, the Stokes Centre for Urology is a sector-leading facility for treating prostate cancer patients. It consolidates many specialist services (diagnosis, treatment, recovery, outpatients and research) under one roof, creating a ‘one-team’ approach that results in better patient care.
The Stansfeld Centre is the UK’s first integrated indoor-outdoor science education centre for primary and early years children, delivering exciting curiosity-based activities that combine both natural and physical sciences. Located in a 15-acre woodland, it is a private, safe and stimulating environment where young visitors can explore and learn about environmental science and biodiversity.
The Social Impact Awards showcase world class examples of how the built environment can have a direct positive social and environmental impact on society.