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Barlborough Treatment Centre

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On behalf of Care UK Barlborough Treatment Centre required an additional modular operating theatre and offices due to the increasing demand on their existing theatre facility. The two storey modular solution compromised of an operating theatre facility with ultra clean canopy at ground floor, directly linked to the existing theatre with office accommodation at first floor, forming an extension to the existing management offices.

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Designing for cancer care

Designing for cancer care  » 

A new MRI unit has opened at The Christie Hospital in Manchester, providing the very-latest in image-guided scanning technology. Designed by DAY Architectural, the facility houses three new MRI scanners, replacing outdated equipment. The Christie Charity is now raising money for a fourth machine to further improve services for cancer patients in the North West.

Lack of accessible toilets putting patients at risk

Lack of accessible toilets putting patients at risk  » 

Hospitals are failing to provide proper toileting facilities for tens of thousands of patients and visitors, research has revealed. Some 30% of NHS users in the UK are disabled, and hospitals are the second-most-inaccessible buildings for them, reveals to a new white paper recently published by manufacturer, Clos-o-Mat.

Infrastructure for modern healthcare delivery and patient wellbeing

Infrastructure for modern healthcare delivery and patient wellbeing  » 

Hospitals are the second most energy-intensive buildings to run after restaurants and, globally, the cost of operating healthcare sites, including energy costs, is on the rise.

A sound investment

A sound investment  » 

Hospitals and care homes are busy environments, and with such high levels of activity comes noise - and lots of it. But, while noise is a necessary and common part of life in any setting; within clinical or care spaces it can have a huge effect on people who are already vulnerable.

Blowing germs out of the water

Blowing germs out of the water  » 

As water deregulation approaches in 2017, many healthcare organisations are taking a closer look at their water management systems and finding that, while compliant, they are inefficient and out of line with their ambitions to drive down operational costs and improve sustainable performance.

Hospital design is a work of art

Hospital design is a work of art  » 

In the past 20 years the way healthcare design is approached has changed beyond recognition. Now it is much more widely accepted that how people feel in their surroundings, and ultimately their recovery, can be influenced by their environment.

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A UK first as cancer centre takes shape

A UK first as cancer centre takes shape  » 

hdm speaks to Franko Covington, lead designer of the new Proton Beam Therapy (PBT) Centre at The Christie Hospital in Manchester - the first facility of its kind in the UK.

Care home market booms in 2016

Care home market booms in 2016  » 

An all-party parliamentary group is calling for a new focus on construction, switching from first-time buyers to providing more purpose-built homes for older people.

LED - the future of lighting

LED - the future of lighting  » 

Exploring how modern LED lighting technology can help hospitals cut costs and reduce their carbon footprint at the same time as enhancing the environment for staff and patients.

Horticulture for healing

Horticulture for healing  » 

Tim Howell of Mitie Landscapes discusses the health and wellbeing benefits of interior and exterior landscaping in healthcare facilities.

Getting under the skin of hospital refurbishment

Getting under the skin of hospital refurbishment  » 

With a growing need to modernise an ageing NHS estate, and increasingly-constrained capital resources, refurbishment projects continue to prove popular. Overcladding of occupied buildings presents some of the most-challenging construction problems. However, the recent revamp of the Bristol Royal Infirmary (BRI) shows how hospital buildings can be overclad and windows replaced with minimal disruption to services, while at the same time improving environment efficiency.

The future is CHP

The future is CHP  » 

A new NHS sustainability report reveals the health service could save in excess of £26 m a year by increasing adoption of combined heat and power (CHP) technology.

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