Sep 21, 2017 Last Updated 11:00 PM, Sep 10, 2017
When opening the doors to its first patients later this year, the new Royal Liverpool University Hospital will be the largest in England to accommodate in-patients entirely in single en-suite bedrooms to deliver the highest standards of infection control and patient dignity.
The new Royal Liverpool University Hospital – a state-of-the-art, 13-storey healthcare complex – is due to be opened in summer 2018. Leading insulation manufacturer, Saint-Gobain Isover, has supplied national thermal insulation contractor, Gill Insulation, with innovative glass mineral wool solutions for ductwork within the facility.
Architectural aluminium glazing by leading UK manufacturer Kawneer was a “first point of call” for Halliday Meecham Architects for the £65 million new flagship Spire Hospital in Manchester.
BakerHicks, the multi-disciplinary design and engineering business, has completed its part in the latest phase of the redevelopment of Ulster Hospital, taking one of the largest hospital redevelopment projects in Europe one step closer to completion.
Improperly stored hot water can breed bugs – yet scalding temperatures must be avoided. Here Craig Baker, Marketing Director at Mira Showers, explains how fitting the right valves can ensure safety and hygiene.
Catherine Zeliotis, Senior Architect and Healthcare Leader at health sector architectural specialist, Stantec, discusses the considerations and construction challenges surrounding the installation of Linear Accelerators (Linacs) on the second floor of the new Cancer Centre at Guy’s Hospital; the first in Europe to provide this…
Leading independent management, design and construction consultancy, Pick Everard, has project managed a new £2.8m MRI scanner facility at Manchester Royal Infirmary, which accommodates a suite of state-of-the-art scanners for the NHS.
The patients and staff of Chorley Hospital’s Urgent Care Centre can view the colourful life of the ocean’s coral beds, thanks to Forbo Flooring Systems’ digitally printed vinyls that allow designers and specifiers to create completely bespoke floor coverings without compromising on quality.
Few environments present as many challenges when undertaking refurbishments as hospitals. But hospitals, like all public buildings, require upgrades on a regular basis to ensure they remain safe, functional and visually pleasing, while also adapting to meet the changing needs of patients and staff.
Every healthcare facility is looking for ways to optimise hygiene and yet one of the key areas that’s often overlooked is drainage. Here Andy Buchan, Divisional Managing Director of ACO Building Drainage, explains why drainage has such a fundamental impact on hygienic performance and what…
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