As part of our ongoing relationship with our client Imagile we were recently awarded an NHS project in Birmingham. The aim of the project was to carry out alterations within the Endoscopy Department at Birmingham Treatment Centre.
Opened in November 2005 the Birmingham Treatment Centre provides state-of-the-art facilities for diagnosis and treatment, including day surgery, an ambulatory surgical unit with six theatres, extensive imaging facilities, an integrated breast care centre and teaching accommodation.
As part of a programme of upgrade and improvement our team were asked to:
CBES also had significant input into the design by proposing alternative layouts from the drawing design plans. We presented various options for possible configurations which were used in the final sign off.
Operationally, the centre was a live environment during the day with patients attending the Centre for treatments, therefore all works were arranged for during the evening / night to minimise disruption to the Hospital and patients’ appointments.
"It has been a pleasure to work alongside CBES for this project. Graham has provided a constant update throughout the works, nothing is to much trouble. Working within the BTC environment can be challenging with so many different stakeholders involved but all issues were resolved b working together. I look forward to working alongside CBES in the future, in particular Graham and Steve"
Josh Colneck-Mutch, Project Manager