Case study

RNHRD and Therapies Centre, Bath

  • Client Royal United Hospital, Bath
  • Services provided Design & Build
    Projects Installation
  • Sector Healthcare

The hospital is a national leader of rheumatology therapies and chronic pain services and required a new purpose -built outpatient centre to house treatment, care and education services for patients recovering from episodes of illness or injury, or managing long-term conditions. This is the second of three schemes that Integral are delivering in partnership with Kier, the NHS and WSP at the Bath RUH site.

The new three storey centre, houses many of the services previously located at the 280 year old Mineral Hospital, under one roof. These include rheumatology, therapies and pain management services. It creates a centralised and integrated space for staff to work collaboratively, delivering a holistic and patient-centred approach to care and includes a large hydrotherapy pool, group rooms, specialist gym and rehabilitation equipment, and a biologics treatment space.

Integral successfully delivered the installation and commissioning of the full Mechanical and Electrical Services package. In addition we completed refurbishment of the existing GUM Clinic at Ground Floor level, located adjacent to the busy main Entrance of the hospital and while working in close proximity to live and fully functional wards and consulting rooms.

Scope of works:
  • 3 air handling units – incl. Hydrotherapy Pool ventilation
  • Natural ventilation utilising windcatchers
  • Steam & condensate pipework incl. steam to LTHW plate heat exchangers
  • Central and local heat recovery ventilation systems
  • Specialist medical gases & pneumatic tube systems
  • IT Room DX cooling
  • Building Management System (BMS)
  • Main LV switchboard & LV Distribution
  • Fire Alarm, Disabled Refuge
  • Nurse Call,
  • Security systems – access control, CCTV, staff attack
  • Structured Cabling network
  • Photovoltaics

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