Mechanical and electrical services for a new urgent and emergency care department at Chesterfield Royal Hospital are to be installed and building services contractor NG Bailey have been awarded the contract for this project.
NG Bailey have delivered eight projects for the Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in partnership with main contractor Integrated Healthcare Projects (IHP – a joint venture of Vinci Construction and Sir Robert McAlpine) on the Procure 21+ healthcare framework.
The new two-storey development will include an urgent treatment centre for minor injuries, together with specific areas for paediatric care, major injuries and medical emergencies.
Freedom, NG Bailey’s power engineering division have already diverted the high-voltage infrastructure.
In order to reduce the impact of the works on the hospital site, heavy duty service modules, plant room skids and plant room frames are to be manufactured offsite.
NG Bailey’s healthcare sector director Patrick Morrison said: “A number of complex refurbishments and new-build developments have been delivered over the past eight years and we have considerable experience in the delivery of complex installations in close proximity to live clinical areas where it is imperative that disruption is kept to a minimum”.