Client: Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
Salford Royal NHS Foundation trust (SRFT) recently procured the refurbishment works of a further two operating theatres (theatres 5 & 6) via Construction Impact Framework (CIF). The works are part of a longer term strategy to ensure Salford Royal Hospital’s operating theatres are able to support the rise in surgical activity the hospital has witnessed in recent years. The theatres, therefore, are crucial in guaranteeing patient’s timely access to surgery.
The following CIF supply partners were selected to deliver works and services under the programme:
- John Turner Construction Group (Refurbishment Works)
- Steven A. Hunt Associates (M&E Design)
- Day Architectural (Architectural Services)
- Rider Hunt Construction Consultants (QS Services)
We are pleased to report that refurbishment works on Theatre 6 are now officially complete, and the results are fantastic…
Construction Impact Framework is a value based socially driven framework; please have a look at our social impact case studies to see how Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust and Construction Impact Framework are changing lives through procurement. In the past, such investments made in partnership with SRFT include the provision of specialised wheelchairs for use by the volunteers service at Salford Royal Hospital, as well as the sponsorship of 20 places for young people on the Prince’s Trust Volunteers Programme. We are excited about the potential impact we can make on other people’s lives through future investments with SRFT.
The above video walkthrough was kindly provided to Construction Impact Framework by John Turner Construction Group who carried out refurbishment works on Theatre 6.
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust