Creation of New X-ray Department at Leatherhead Hospital

CLIENT – LEATHERHEAD HOSPITAL

VALUE – £174K

DURATION – 10 WEEKS

COMPLETED – SEPTEMBER 2016

The site is known as Leatherhead Community Hospital – comprising of large grounds close to the town centre. It was built in 1940, entirely by public subscription. The following traditional/specialist construction techniques were adopted for the construction processes, with the principle construction elements consisting of:

-Demolition
-Installation of new steel works
-Carpentry
-General Building Construction
-Electrical Installations
-Mechanical Installations
-Decorations
-Floor Laying

This work involved the reconfiguration and refurbishment of various areas in the new x-ray department and involved Mechanical and Electrical works, multiple accounts of demolition and structural modification work to provide the new layout which went from being many small rooms being turned into a large open plan area.

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