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St Pancras Hospital, Mary Rankin Unit, 1st Floor Ophthalmology Department

Summary of Project:

The Ophthalmology department in the Mary Rankin building required the design, coordination and installation of mechanical and electrical services as part of the improvement works that were going on. The supplied areas comprised of four consulting rooms, a waiting area, a reception, an injection room, a laser room, a retinal image room, an Orthoptic room and a fields room. The works also required a particular emphasis on the detailed design coordination of all of the individual building services because of a relatively low ceiling void. The provision of a fully coordinated detailing between the building services and the various building/architectural/structural components was also needed.

Scope of works

Electrical Services

  • Modification of the existing 7 way basement non-essential MCCB panel to incorporate an additional 100A MCCB and energy meter to serve the new Ophthalmology department.
  • Installation of a new 35mm 4C LSF / SWA + 16mm CPC from the existing 7 way basement non-essential MCCB panel to supply a new 12 way non essential distribution board (FP4) within the Ophthalmology department.
  • New Lighting / emergency lighting throughout
  • New small power installation
  • New mechanical services power installation
  • New Access control / video intercom installation
  • New fire alarm installation
  • New nurse call installation
  • New TV / aerial installation
  • New voice / data installation
  • New induction loop installation

Mechanical Services

  • New mechanical ventilation plant that is located in the ceiling void of the first floor Ophthalmology unit
  • Heating and cooling was provided by a new Mitsubishi VRF system comprising of seven indoor units and one outdoor
  • New Domestic services were provided under this project as an extension to those existing in the adjacent area
  • Above Ground Drainage was taken to existing underground systems
  • The condensate drains from the VRF cooling coils have drain lines run to discharge at adjacent waste pipes or directly to outside
  • Existing LTHW radiators were removed and the supply pipework amended to serve retained radiators in adjacent areas

 

Site Address:  St Pancras Hospital, 4 St Pancras Way, London, NW1 0PE

Programme:  10 Weeks

Client:  Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust

Principal Contractor:  Cuffe Plc

Consultant:  The Richard Stephens Partnership Ltd

Architect:  Ansell & Bailey Architects

Project Value:  £250,000