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Autumn budget reveals opportunities for construction industry

Autumn budget reveals opportunities for construction industry  » 

On 25 November, the Chancellor announced the Spending Review. Here, we look at how his statement will impact on the healthcare construction sector. The Government has pledged more than £500m to build new hospitals in Cambridge, Brighton and Sandwell.

Looking for something different from PFI

Looking for something different from PFI  » 

Health trusts crippled by PFI bills ‘have no option’ but to bite the bullet and sit down with their private-sector partners to renegotiate contract terms, a leading expert has warned.

A new era for children’s healthcare

A new era for children’s healthcare  » 

The new Alder Hey Children’s Health Park is more than just a hospital. The £250m scheme sets a new benchmark for the delivery of modern healthcare. Here, we look more closely at one of the UK’s most-ambitious medical construction projects.

Recovery Academy brings NHS and community closer together

Recovery Academy brings NHS and community closer together  » 

Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMW) has set a new benchmark in delivering mental health services with the opening of its ‘Recovery Academy’, a public-facing building that will bring patients and organisational staff together under one roof.

The rise of the barn operating theatre

The rise of the barn operating theatre  » 

Operating theatre design has remained largely unchanged for decades, but more recently a new architectural approach is beginning to take hold. Here, we look at the rise of the ‘barn theatre’.

Ready, steady, BIM

Ready, steady, BIM  » 

From April this year, the use of Building Information Modelling (BIM) will become mandatory on all government-procured projects. Here, we explore the benefits of this approach and ask whether suppliers are ready for the deadline.

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Projects shelved as construction market takes a hit

Projects shelved as construction market takes a hit  » 

The Government needs to do more to stabilise the construction market, experts have warned, as it is revealed that a high number of building projects are being shelved due to increasing tender prices and concern over future public-sector spending.

UK leads international healthcare revolution

UK leads international healthcare revolution  » 

This country’s reputation for designing and constructing top-quality, patient-centred healthcare environments is leading to a wealth of opportunities for UK companies overseas.

mental health and dementia facilities forum review

mental health and dementia facilities forum review  » 

Suppliers, architects, construction companies, representatives from NHS trusts, and other key gameplayers from the medical and social care construction sector gathered at Whittlebury Hall in Northamptonshire recently for the third annual mental health and dementia facilities forum (mhdf).

Hospitals go mobile

Hospitals go mobile  » 

Traditionally, patient notes are written up and checked at a central nursing station, often located in the middle of a ward or department, or by a clinician at a patient’s bedside.

‘Big Data’ to transform healthcare estates

‘Big Data’ to transform healthcare estates  » 

A ‘Big Data’ revolution will be critical to solving the NHS estates crisis and driving service improvements across the board, the 2015 IHEEM Annual Conference heard.

Spotlight on best practice

Spotlight on best practice  » 

More than 400 packed The Mercure Hotel in Manchester to be among the first to find out the winners of this year’s IHEEM Awards.

Blowing bugs out of the water

Blowing bugs out of the water  » 

Hospitals and care facilities are often large buildings with complex water systems through which bacteria can easily spread.

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