Steelwork completed at Salford hospital
More than 3,000t of structural steelwork has been erected for the new Hope Hospital project in Salford.
The project consists of a new 222 bed acute hospital, including both outpatient and inpatient facilities as well as a new emergency and critical centre. Additional steel framed buildings include a new education centre with lecture theatres, a library, 30 seminar/training rooms and a number of interview rooms.
Severfield-Reeve Structures designed, fabricated and erected all steelwork for the project and installed 34,000m2 of metal decking.
The new buildings will replace outdated Victorian wards and provide Salford with a better coordinated hospital site with facilities specially designed for modern healthcare.
Consort Healthcare (Salford), has been awarded a 30-year concession for the £135M project to design, build, finance and operate the new hospital which is due to open in 2012.
Main contractor for the project is a joint venture between Balfour Beatty Construction and Balfour Beatty Engineering Services.