Projects connected to hospitals, clinics, surgeries or medical research stations are included in this section.
Exceptional consideration shown by Morrison Construction on its East Lothian Community Hospital projectFind out more
The five-storey Liverpool Life Sciences Accelerator building is being constructed on the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust site as a joint venture between the Royal Liverpool Hospital and the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. The first phase in developing Liverpool’s Health Campus, the project is the first step in expanding the scale of the existing model for development of commercial…Find out more
Willmott Dixon Construction’s project involved the construction and internal alterations of discrete adult and children Emergency Department facilities, all requiring a highly sensitive approach to construction. This was achieved to exceptional levels by the use of clinical screens, dust mats, acoustic blankets for the cutting zone, dust suppression, extraction units and collected rainwater. Heavy works were also programmed at specific…Find out more
Willmott Dixon Construction’s Pinderfield Hospital reconfiguration works project involved the realignment and refurbishment of office space within the hospital in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, to provide 100 new bed spaces within various departments. The hospital remained fully operational during the works which were carried out in phases to ensure minimal disturbance to the hospital’s day-to-day operations. The works, which are defined within the Clinical…Find out more
Graham-BAM Healthcare Partnership (GBHP) has embarked upon a £78m Ulster Hospital Phase B development. This project involved the construction of a seven storey generic ward block with 288 ensuite bedrooms, facilitating day surgery, endoscopy and angiography services, the plan also provided a new pharmacy department. John Wilson, Project Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE) Coordinator, GBHP, has commented on how registering…Find out more
Laing O’Rourke’s refurbishment of the Outpatients building on the University of Oxford’s Radcliffe Observatory Quarter development in the heart of the city has enjoyed a successful partnership with the Considerate Constructors Scheme. Having worked on the design and build of a number of new and refurbishment projects for over 15 years, the Laing O’Rourke team has cemented meaningful relationships with…Find out more
‘Being registered with the Scheme provides Brookfield Multiplex with external validation and industry recognition for all of the good work that we do as a responsible contractor working on construction projects. The Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) in many ways challenges us to develop and work at a high level to be a considerate contractor.’ – Alasdair Fernie, Project Director Brookfield…Find out more