Mar 25, 2019 Last Updated 1:03 PM, Mar 22, 2019
Thomasons has delivered engineering services in the Chase Farm Hospital redevelopment. Here, PSBJ looks at the civil and structural engineer’s involvement in the extensive project.
The Internet of Things (IoT) promises to revolutionise water controls in health and care services. Marcus Judge, Director of IT at Kohler Co EMEA – which includes water controls specialist Rada – says that vision is fast becoming a reality.
Johnstone’s Trade recently worked with the Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and architect firm Hunters to completely refurbish the Derwent Ward, the hospital’s first purpose-designed, dementia-friendly area.
The new dedicated Breast Unit at Salisbury District Hospital has patient experience at its very core. A truly collaborative approach saw designers, staff and suppliers work with patients and their loved ones to map every step of a process that is one of the most…
With Britain still in austerity, public sector bodies face increasingly difficult times, both financially and operationally. Despite funding gaps getting larger, the demand for new schools, hospitals and leisure facilities continues to grow. Robbie Blackhurst, Managing Director of Procure North West, discusses how the private…
Back in 2010, a Government greenhouse gas emissions survey of the public estate found the worst offenders included many of the country’s hospitals, writes Jan Ponsford, Director at Virtus Consult.
Sean Conlon from Conlon Construction discusses the design and construction of the BREEAM-rated ‘Excellent’ One Hatfield Hospital in Hertfordshire, highlighting the elements of best practice that could be rolled out to other healthcare environments.
The ultra-compact surface Dekton in the colour ‘Edora’ has been selected for use on the exterior facades on the recently completed Erlangen University Hospital in Germany.

Proactive planning

The future of the NHS has been surrounded by a great deal of negativity in recent years. It’s a service we all cherish, yet every week we are met with a new headline and shocking statistics that expose more trusts entering special measures, prolonged waiting…
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.
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