Client: Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust

The demolition of the Clinical Science Building (CSB) is a joint project between Salford Royal Foundation Trust (SRFT) and the University of Manchester. This is part of a major development to transform SRFT and works on the Clinical Science Building were procured via CIF. Works will see blocks A, C and D demolished, while block B is being refurbished. It is planned that the space created by the demolition will be used for the expansion of the Major Trauma Centre and for the implementation of Healthier Together.

Jack Sharp, Executive Director for Service, Strategy and Development, said: “Access to the emergency department will remain open at all times; disruption will be kept to a minimum for emergency vehicles accessing the site from Stott Lane or for those vehicles using the north car park”

“The CSB is now the oldest building on the hospital site and although it is no longer fit for purpose, we will do our best to preserve some of its original features as it has played a major part in the history of the organisation.”

Our video below showcases the part demolition of CSB.

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Salford Royal Hospital – NHS Demolition Project

August 10, 2017


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