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MTX 2022 projects round up

By December 19, 2022Healthcare, News
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Double award win for Oxford Critical Care unit, June 2022:

The MMC-built John Radcliffe Hospital Critical Care Building, won both Healthcare Project of the Year in the 2022 Off-Site Awards and Best Modular/Mobile Healthcare Facility at Building Better Healthcare Awards.

John Radcliffe Hospital – WardMTX provided Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust with a new 5,450m² five-storey facility critical care building directly connected into the existing Trauma Department.

Modern Methods of Construction enabled MTX to deliver fast-track completion without impacting budget or quality and during one intensive five day period, 148 modules were safely craned into place by the experienced on-site team.

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Archbishop of Canterbury blesses new William Harvey Hospital ITU, April 2022:

The new critical care unit at the William Harvey Hospital in Ashford Kent, was blessed by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Rev Justin Welby.

William Harvey Hospital – ReceptionThe 24-bed unit contains four six-bed treatment areas, each with two isolation rooms, dedicated areas for family and visitors and staff facilities.

Critical care specialists were heavily involved in design and delivery of the two-storey unit, which was shaped by learnings from the Covid-19 pandemic.  The MMC first building sections were craned into place by MTX just a year before the state-of-the-art unit opened.

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Queen Elizabeth Hospital Endoscopy Unit is digital flagship, September 2022:

A new state-of-the-art Endoscopy Unit officially opened to patients at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn.

Queen Elizabeth Hospital – EndoscopyThe two-storey building ‘digital’ flagship, sets the standard for what a future Queen Elizabeth Hospital could look like as the Trust seeks funding for a new hospital.

Expert use of Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) by MTX supported the Trust’s requirements for limited disruption and speed of delivery, allowing the hospital to operate throughout the build. It is MTX’s second project with the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, following delivery of an A&E extension and office space.

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Health Secretary opens Leighton Hospital ED Extension in Crewe. February 2022:

Health Secretary Sajid Javid visited Leighton Hospital in Crewe to open the new A&E.

Leighton Hospital – Externaldepartment extension. The two-storey 4,000sqm hub built by MTX using MMC links into the existing A&E building and increased by 50% the number of beds and cubicles.

Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust needed to rapidly expand its current accident and emergency capabilities to cater for a larger patient intake across the Crewe area. The MTX team worked within a live environment and created a new service road for building and materials deliveries to avoid impacting the hospital.

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