CSC Services have completed a scheme of refurbishment work at University of Hospital North Tees using a range of Sika Repair Mortars. This was completed within budget and to strict timescales. Work was planned to ensure public safety and minimise disruption to patient services.
Speaking about the work, the Design and Development Manager at North Tees and Hartlepool Solutions LLP said:
“University Hospital of North Tees NHS Foundation Trust appointed CSC services to undertake concrete repairs on an ageing ward block which was built in the 1960’s. Over the years the cast in situ concrete walls have started to fail with concrete dangerously spalling in a number of areas making lots of rebar clearly visible. Due to financial restrictions I commissioned CSC services to undertake a survey and prioritise each failing area rating them Critical red risk, red risk and amber risk so the Trust could tackle the worst areas first within the budget they had to spend.
“The initial 6-week programme of work surrounding a day case theatre and recovery ward, had to be carefully planned to minimise disruption so that clinical services could continue.
“CSC services site team played a vital role in fulfilling this programme, providing an excellent quality of workmanship and have given the Trust the confidence that the building is safe until more funds can be raised to cover further work.”
CSC Services used a range of Sika Repair mortars and bonding primers. Sika MonoTop 620 was installed to prolong future use of the building and protect against further carbonation. CSC Services would like to thank Matty Hyson of Sika Liquid Plastics for his help and support during this contract.
Get in touch with CSC Services on 0191 410 3444 for more information about the range of refurbishment services available. As well as scheduling work over evenings, nights and weekends, CSC Services can use a range of products and application methods to minimise disruption to business operations.