ST JAMES UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
Project Value £1m
The project comprised of large below ground pre-cast concrete ductways and cast in situ re-enforced transitions to existing service tunnels, all on a very busy live hospital site requiring very close co-ordination with the Hospital Trust and other contractors working in the same vicinity.
The works are the pre-cursor for the new multi-million-pound Pathology building, being delivered by main contractor, BAM Construction, that will support hospitals across the region to improve diagnostics for patients and help to meet the growing regional demand for specialist treatment and care
This was a specialist project which involved our team creating a 4m wide, 1.8m deep underground network of below ground systems that can connect to existing provisions and included the installation of 190 ducts covering 200 metres, each pre-cast segment weighing over 2 tonnes.