Modern Methods of Construction specialist, MTX, says the new £12.5 m endoscopy unit built by it for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn NHS Foundation Trust (QEH) ‘is being recognised as an outstanding example of combining offsite design and advanced construction techniques with collaborative working’.
Construction clients are more focused on meeting their Net Zero goals than complying with the Building Safety Act, a new study carried out on behalf of the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) suggests.
The doors to what is reportedly the UK’s first carbon-neutral built community arena with a multi-purpose sports facility and integrated Medical Diagnostic Centre have opened this week in Sheffield.
A ‘state-of-the-art’ independent private hospital specialising in cosmetic and plastic surgery has been completed at Granton on the outskirts of Edinburgh.
Scientists at Europe’s largest biomedical research facility, the Sir Francis Crick Institute, are protecting sensitive laboratory equipment with ABB technology.
CIAT chillers and heat pumps have been installed at James Paget University Hospital’s new £15 million modular ward in Norfolk, a facility that James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust says ‘will help shape construction of future NHS hospitals in the UK’.
Morgan Sindall Construction’s Southern Home Counties business has celebrated completion on its development work at Shoreham’s Southlands Hospital for University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust (UH Sussex).
A ‘milestone moment’ has been reached in the Midlands as £100 m building work on The Harborne Hospital, part of HCA Healthcare UK, has completed.
A ‘cutting-edge pathology’ laboratory at Leeds’s St James’ University Hospital designed to serve patients across West Yorkshire has been officially opened by the Minister of State for Health and Secondary Care, Will Quince.
Develop, ‘one of the UK’s leading accredited providers’ of compliance, technical, and safety training, has unveiled its ‘new look’ training centre in Derby following an extensive refurbishment.
The expansion of global modular building specialist, Volumetric Building Companies, continues with the opening of its first operation in Ireland, which it says will be an international centre of excellence for MMC to serve Irish, UK, European, and global markets.
Lexica, a specialist consultancy supporting health and life sciences organisations in the UK and internationally, has appointed Yogesh Luhar as Associate Director to its Property Consultancy team.
For the first time, the UK will have a National Rehabilitation Centre (NRC), following Government approval for the plans announced on 21 September.
Tilbury Douglas has successfully completed the £20.5 m extension of the Emergency Department and theatre suite at Aintree University Hospital for Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Villeroy & Boch AG has signed binding agreements to acquire operating companies in the Ideal Standard Group.
The two companies says they are are ‘a strong strategic fit’ given their regional presence, sales strategies, and product and brand portfolios, ‘laying the foundations for a stronger market position and additional growth’. In an industry with global growth potential, the integrated company will, after completion of the transaction, join the ranks of Europe’s biggest manufacturers of bathroom products.
Research commissioned by Vodafone has found the NHS will lose out on £1 billion of savings every year if 5G is not rolled out quickly across the UK.
The University of Bristol’s new purpose-designed Dental School has been officially opened by Bristol West MP and Shadow Culture Minister, Thangam Debbonaire.