Redpath secures latest key projects with NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde
Redpath Construction has secured new projects at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital campus in Glasgow and the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley.
At the QEUH, the firm will upgrade Ward 62 of the Neurosurgery building. The Neurosurgery building contains Neurosurgery and OMFS Theatres, Interventional Radiology, Critical Care HDU & ITU, associated imaging services including MRI and associated wards.
The upgrade comprises the refurbishment of ensuites including wet floors, replacement flooring, ceilings, sanitary ware, IPS panelling, base and wall units, minor joinery works, decoration works, replacing lighting and water services. This project will run concurrently with the new Glasgow Centre for Thrombectomy interventional procedures which Redpath is also delivering in the Institute of Neurological Sciences.
At the RAH, Redpath will carry out the refurbishment of 13 kitchens within the Royal Alexandra Hospital site including down takings and alterations, new flooring and ceiling tiles, FF&E, replacement doors, mechanical and electrical works, refit kitchens and appliances and decoration.
Delivering in 13 separate locations will require close coordination with the RAH FM and Catering teams to ensure safe segregation whilst not disrupting the crucial catering service. This is the second project for Redpath at the RAH after completing the refurbishment of theatre five last year.
Stephen Bradley, Redpath healthcare manager, said: “The Redpath team are delighted to be developing our already strong relationship with NHS GG&C again at the QEUH and RAH. We are proud to be involved and look forward to delivering defect free and to the high standards expected for the NHS team.”