Omagh Enhanced Hospital

Client: Western Health & Social Care Trust
Total Build Value: £105 million
Main Contractor: McLaughlin & Harvey
Consultant: White Young Green

The new Omagh enhanced hospital is set on a brown field site adjacent to the existing Tyrone Fermanagh complex.  All departments are spread over three floors and will include urgent care and specialist nursing, GP, renal ward, children’s ward, outpatients, clinical investigation, imaging, pharmacy, distribution, day surgery, dentistry, Woman’s Health Clinical wards, CSSD and an energy centre. External areas will consist of staff and visitors parking, play areas, viewing gardens and a Heli pad for emergency services.

The electrical scope of works for the new hospital involves HV & LV switchgear and generator installation, backbone containment, lightning protection, general, external and emergency lighting, mechanical services wiring, UPS/IPS and systems installations including fire/critical alarms, access control / intruder system and staff attack systems.


Merseycare TIME

Client: Liverpool & Sefton Health Partnership
Total Build Value: £18 million
Consultant: ARUP

The complex design and build project involved the replacement of an existing site deemed old and unfit for Mersey Care NHS Trust’s vision in tackling mental health.

The new modern, mental health in-patient facilities, offers 85 ensuite bedroom accommodation over Psychological ICU, Older Adult and Dementia wards, with 24hr access to safe outside space and activity/ therapy areas.

Other facilities in each unit will include office accommodation and interview rooms for the access/ acute care teams and crisis resolution home treatment teams, occupational therapy and activity spaces, learning and education spaces, family rooms, spiritual healthcare space and social enterprise cafe.

The electrical contract involved the installation of advanced technology including CHP system, BMS system, energy metering systems, high level lighting controls, L1 Fire System and advance security features including access control, IP based CCTV, Intercom systems and state-of-the-art nurse call / staff attack system.


Old See House

Client: BHSCT
Total Build Value: £5.2 million
Architect: Richard Murphy 
Consultant: Williams & Shaw

Old See House is a mental health facility which brings together a consulting facility and an eight bedroom short-stay residential section, designed to meet anti-ligature standards.  The electrical services installed as part of the project included supply and distribution (main switchboard), cabling and containment systems, lift installation, lighting, lighting control, emergency lighting, external lighting, fire alarm systems, IT/Telecoms, CCTV System, access control system, intruder alarm system, video door entry system, staff call system, disabled refuge alarm system, lightning protection and TV Distribution system.

University of Ulster, Belfast Arts College

Contract Type: Traditional / Negotiated
Client: University of Ulster
Total Build Value: £20,000,000.00
Architect: Todd Architects
Consultant: B.D.P

The initial phase was a 6 storey extension of the Warwick building which houses the university’s school of arts, including new lecture theatres, auditoriums, teaching rooms & display areas. The successful completion of this phase was proved when the client trusted us with subsequent follow on phases, including a floor-by-floor refurbishment of the 6 storey Orpheus building which is the centre for performing arts and a full refurbishment of the Students Union.


Antrim Hospital, A & E

Contract Type: N/A
Client: Northern Trust H.S.S.T
Total Build Value: £12,500,000.00
Consultant: Beattie Flanigan Consulting Engineers

The new facility over 3 levels includes a new Medical Records department, a full Accident & Emergency department and a 24-bed ward unit. Services include a dedicated triage; examination rooms; minor injuries unit; majors (Adult & Paediatrics); ambulatory care; resuscitation beds; an X-ray suite and CT scanner.