Change of leadership and ‘re-shaping’ at Imtech

Imtech, jointly owned by EDF and Dalkia, has announced changes to its leadership and organisation as it ‘re-shapes’ 'to better meet the rapidly evolving market conditions' across its business sectors and build on its diversified growth strategy.

Latest designs unveiled for ‘world-leading’ St Pancras eye care centre

The design team behind Oriel, a joint initiative which would see Moorfields and UCL IoO services move from Islington to a purpose- built centre in Camden’s Knowledge Quarter, have revealed ‘the latest iteration’ of how the building could look.

Manufacturers urged to digitise product data to reduce risk

A new initiative aims to get manufacturers in the construction industry to take ownership of their product information with a series of articles being produced, and manufacturers being encouraged to join a discussion group to share their views.

CIC launches Design Quality Indicator for Health 2

The Construction Industry Council has launched an updated version of its design quality evaluation tool, the Design Quality Indicator for Health 2 (DQIfH2).

Milestone reached for critical care at Musgrove Park

A ‘major milestone’ has been reached in a key project to transform and modernise critical care and assessment buildings and services at Musgrove Park Hospital in Taunton.

Seismic II set to ‘transform the way healthcare facilities are built'

A £6 m project which the protagonists say will ‘transform the way that schools and healthcare facilities are built’ has been granted £2.9 m of funding ‘to showcase the future of modern methods of construction (MMC)in the UK.

Legiolert’s UK SCA acceptance for L. pneumophila testing

IDEXX, reportedly the global leader in rapid microbiological testing for water, has announced that its Legiolert culture testing method for Legionella pneumophila (L. pneumophila), has been accepted by the UK’s Standing Committee of Analysts.

New £500 m soft FM framework open for the NHS and public sector

A new £500 million procurement framework has been launched by NHS Shared Business Services (NHS SBS) to offer high-quality soft facilities management services to the NHS and wider public sector.

PM visits MTX fast-track ward project in Hereford

After declaring the Government’s intention to deliver ‘Project Speed’, Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, was welcomed by healthcare construction company, MTX, to its latest £12 million, 72-bed, fast-track ward project at Hereford County Hospital.

Adapting medical gas training under the ‘new normal’

Eastwood Park – which has recently welcomed back learners, says that, unsurprisingly – given the crucial role that oxygen has played in treating patients with COVID-19 – medical gas training has proven especially popular.

New MD appointed at specialist consultancy

Specialist consultancy, ETL, has announced the appointment of Jonathan French to the position of managing director and executive director of Client Services.

Strong results for Academy programme to enhance diversity

An award-winning Royal Academy of Engineering programme to boost the employment prospects of engineering graduates from diverse backgrounds has resulted in at least 250 engineering employment opportunities over the last five years.

Second HEJ webinar will address nurse call systems' important role

How nurse call technologies have evolved, and ‘how they came to the fore during the height of the pandemic’, will be among topics discussed in an HEJ webinar presented by Dave Hewitt, Sales & Marketing director at Courtney Thorne, on 20 August.

New modular SSD for Stoke Mandeville hospital

Cheshire-based modular construction company, ModuleCo Healthcare (MCH), has delivered a new modular sterile services department at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Aylesbury, which is part of Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust.

Pick Everard wins £5 m Midlands backlog maintenance contract

Independent construction and infrastructure consultancy, Pick Everard, has been awarded a £5 m programme of backlog maintenance works under the framework for healthcare facilities in the Midlands owned by NHS Property Services.

Dividing screens address urgent need for patient segregation

Building Services Now (BSN) has worked closely and collaboratively with Sandwell & West Birmingham NHS Trust to provide alterations and improvements to the existing hospital facilities at Sandwell General Hospital in West Bromwich.

Framework to facilitate safe return of public sector staff

NHS Shared Business Services (NHS SBS) has launched a new procurement framework to help public sector organisations access technology that supports social distancing in the workplace.

'Healthcare Estates Online' webinars on key engineering topics

Following the announcement that the ‘live’ 2020 Healthcare Estates event has been deferred until 2021, IHEEM and Step Exhibitions are running a series of digital events under the banner of ‘Stay Connected, Keep Informed, Get Ahead'.

HEJ webinar this month will tackle undertaking hospital HVAC upgrades

Registration is now open for the first in a new series of webinars – which takes place on 20 July – to be presented by leading product and technology suppliers to the sector in association with Health Estate Journal over coming months.

LTE Scientific assists frontline fight and prepares for growth

A Greater Manchester-based manufacturer and supplier of laboratory and medical equipment says it has ‘risen to an unprecedented challenge to assist in the frontline fight against COVID-19’, while simultaneously forging ahead with ambitious growth.