Macdermott Cancer Unit,
Ulster Hospital, Dundonald
A larger waiting area, additional disabled toilets, new kitchen facilitities and a number of roof penetrations were amongst the works undertaken.
All of the above works took place in the vicinity of a live working hospital over 3 month period with all works programmed to minimise disruption to existing services. To do this successfully we had to liaise with the Trust estates staff to agree the programme for the works.
Existing electrical components to be altered and reinstated to suit new room configuration as well as a new emergency lighting system and new general lighting. We find it very beneficial that part of the Barrett companies is our Electrical division which carried out these tasks.
Upgrade to existing pipework and heating panels to suit new room layouts.
Client: Ulster Hospital
Value: £300k +
A full strip out of the existing building to include masonry walls, stud walls, ceilings and floors. The building was then extended and internally modified to suit the architects new room layouts. These works were carried out in a live publicly occupied building