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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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'.
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.
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.
Modular construction specialist, Darwin Group, has completed the first of three new ward buildings for NHS Trusts across Britain – at the Royal Albert Edward Infirmary in Wigan, with the other two set to be finished this month.
Kier has been appointed by the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust to deliver a new £97.1 m Ambulatory Care and Diagnostics Centre (ACAD), procured through the P22 framework, at Heartlands Hospital in Bordesley Green East.
Following the installation of a Philips IntelliSite Pathology Solution, comprising an Ultra Fast Scanner and Image Management System, pathologists working at the University Hospital Crosshouse in Kilmarnock are to have access to remote diagnostics.
Mott MacDonald has been appointed sustainability, energy, and carbon reduction advisor by the Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust (LTHT) to support the preparation of design briefs for its Hospitals of the Future and Pathology Project.
A new carbon-based material able to ‘capture and destroy’ coronavirus has been developed.
Aggreko says it has ‘demonstrated its commitment to lowering overall emissions’ by engaging global engineering and environmental consultancy, Ricardo, to test the performance of its generators ‘running on more sustainable alternative fuels’.
Jayne Hall has taken up the reins as the new President of the Chartered Association for Building Engineers (CABE), donning the Presidential chain for the first time in late May.