King’s College London says it is ‘driving efforts to make new MRI technology more accessible in community settings’ through helium-free MRI research with the first such system in the UK from Siemens Healthineers.
Global engineering and consultancy company, Ramboll, has announced the appointment of Bernard Conroy to its science sector leadership team as Building Services (MEP) director, ‘strengthening its multi-disciplinary offer’.
The Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital (CCRH) project has been given ‘the green’ light by the Government’s New Hospital Programme to commence the process that will lead to the appointment of a construction partner.
A UK-developed antiviral and antibacterial PPE and sanitary waste bin liner has become the first of its kind to be launched worldwide, says its creator, Genesis Biosciences.
Thought-leaders from across the healthcare and water safety sectors recently joined Armitage Shanks to discuss the impact of a new British Standard, BS 8580-2, and its implications for those involved in preventing the spread of waterborne infection.
Mitie has been appointed as a supplier on the Carbon and Energy Fund (CEF) National Framework Agreement for the provision of Carbon and Energy Infrastructure Upgrade Services.
Nye Bevan House in Rochdale is now home to a musculoskeletal (MSK) diagnostic treatment hub, including a gym for patients, and offices for the clinical teams.
Modern Methods of Construction specialist, MTX, is to deliver Colchester Hospital’s new three-storey Elective Orthopaedic Centre.
The New Hospital Programme (NHP) is hosting an ‘Industry Day’ on Tuesday 20 September at the Vox Conference Venue, Resorts World, Birmingham, ‘to outline how businesses across the supply chain can play a role in the biggest hospital building programme in a generation’.
UK-wide facilities management company Parr Facilities Management has announced its ‘continued success supporting the healthcare sector across the UK’ after being named as a supplier on the NHS Shared Business Services (NHS SBS) ‘second-generation’ Hard Facilities Management framework agreement.
Polymer pipework manufacturer, REHAU, has successfully secured independently tested drinking water approval for its RAUTITAN multi-layer composite pipe (MLCP) system through KIWA UK under its KUKreg4 certification scheme.
Commercial lighting manufacturer, Whitecroft Lighting, has won the Added Value & Contribution Award at the ProCure22 Framework Awards, in recognition of its work on the emergency COVID-19 Nightingale Centres.
Kemper System’s cold-applied liquid waterproofing solution has been specified for a multi-million-pound extension at the St John and St Elizabeth Hospital in the St John’s Wood area of London.
More than 15,000 electricity-generating solar panels are being installed at a new city solar farm to help power the whole of New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton, and save 1,450 tonnes of carbon a year.
Works are underway at Fulbourn Hospital in Cambridge, as Morgan Sindall Construction transforms a disused modular structure into a new £5.8 million resource centre.
Property and construction consultancy, Ingleton Wood, has received national recognition for the design and project management of a £2 million Rapid Assessment and First Treatment (RAFT) area in the Emergency Department at Queen’s Hospital in Romford.