Well-timed and co-ordinated projects
With regular work in this sector, our teams are aware of the quick pace of change in healthcare methodology, patient expectations and equipment & environment legislation. We understand and quickly translate our client briefs into well-timed and co-ordinated projects, with minimal disruption to patient services. Our aim is always to help enhance the functionality, ability and overall lifespan of any facility.
We understand the importance of the level of care provided to patients and our team of healthcare specialist contractors plan carefully with our client project teams and stakeholders to reduce areas of disruption. We are fully aware and ahead of common project sticking points, holding all relevant qualifications and accreditations for working in healthcare environments. We can facilitate any working patterns around the needs of our clients.
Healthcare projects can pose unique challenges, especially when completing refurbishment works on a live hospital. Our team has experience working on/near occupied wards, operating theatres, plant rooms and recovery room buildings. We hold accreditation for RESET, meaning that we are able to speed up pre-qualification questionnaires. We undertake a vast amount of strategic planning to deliver our healthcare projects through a careful and considered approach – enhancing safety performances and convenience for staff and patients. Our experience of specialist coatings is suitable for healthcare environments.
Our team of operators are Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) checked, as well as Counter Terrorism check-certified (CTC). This gives comfort to our clients that we have fulfilled the necessary H&S requirements and that the highest security standards are met. All concrete repair work is carried out to BSEN1504 standard by our fully-trained operatives.
Our team completed refurbishment works for the University Hospital of North Tees. A combination of environmental factors and age-related issues resulted in spalling of concrete across areas of the hospital. A cementitious coating was installed to prevent further corrosion and increase the lifespan of the building.You can read more about this project here.
We completed concrete remediation work for the University Hospital of North Tees. Degradation of reinforced concrete had caused spalling through environmental exposure and water ingress. We used a range of Sika repair mortars to rectify areas.You can read more about this project here.
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