Tolent has completed multiple projects for the NHS Foundation Trust at the Freeman Hospital to the value of £5.5m+.
These include internal alternations and refurbishment of the existing Adult Intensive Care Unit, the conversion of an existing ward into a Twin Angiography Suite, the refurbishment of an existing CT suite, as well as the relocation of the Health Protection Agency laboratories and offices.
The project to relocate the Health Protection Agency laboratories comprised the construction of a two-storey vertical extension to the existing Cadaver Laboratory and was constructed to adjoin the microbiology department.
The extension consisted of laboratories and offices which was approximately 22.18m x 11.73m on plan and 7.5m high, with a plant room in the roof. The building was finish for tenant use and including finishings, fixtures and fixed furniture, complete with all mechanical and electrical works.
More on this project can be found here.
The conversion of the existing ward into a Twin Angiography Suite and the refurbishment of the existing CT Suite were carried out on two separate floors.
Tolent worked hand in glove with our specialist subcontractor, Siemens, to ensure the installation spaces were complete to the appropriate levels for the machines to be installed in line with the programme.
Newcastle upon Tyne