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A new era for cancer care

A new era for cancer care  » 

Work has begun on site to build the UK’s first proton beam therapy centre. Designed by Atkins, the facility in Newport, Wales, marks the start of a new approach to cancer treatment, delivered in a building designed solely around the patient experience.

Multi-sensory imaging unit opens at Welsh hospital

Multi-sensory imaging unit opens at Welsh hospital  » 

The Children’s Hospital for Wales has installed a new multi-sensory imaging department - the first of its kind in the UK.

Making an entrance

Making an entrance  » 

Revolving doors are a common sight in large commercial buildings where there is a high footfall, including hospitals, where these solutions are increasingly being specified.

Staying safe on the frontline of mental health services

Staying safe on the frontline of mental health services  » 

Mental health services in England are in the midst of a £120m investment programme designed to reduce waiting times and ensure high levels of care and early intervention within a community support setting.

Designing for dementia

Designing for dementia  » 

According to Alzheimer’s Society reports, up to 70% of care home residents in the UK have dementia or significant memory loss and about 25% of all hospital beds are occupied by people with dementia.

Hospitals clean up on sustainability

Hospitals clean up on sustainability  » 

The need for products and systems that ensure high performance and productivity while keeping costs to a minimum will always be a priority in the cleaning industry.

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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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