The Royal London and St Bartholomew’s Hospital project is an exciting and challenging opportunity, two hospitals built in the centre of London at a cost of £1 billion.
The Royal London is a new build project and will become Britain’s largest hospital providing clinically renowned general and specialist services to the population of east London.
The historic buildings of St Barts will be refurbished alongside a brand new clinical building to create a state-of-the-art Cancer and Cardiac centre of excellence.
The two new hospitals will have 1248 beds. Over 40% of the beds will be single rooms with en-suite facilities, with the remainder in roomy four bedded bays.
The project is the largest medical gas contract ever to be placed in the UK and has involved over 75 installation engineers and a dedicated team of managers, supervisors, design engineers, CAD draughtsman and Q.A. engineers.
The installation will see 130,000 metres of degreased copper tube installed and 6600 medical gas terminal units.