Royal Free Hospital – UCL National Amyloidosis Centre MRI Department
Summary of Project:
The UCL National Amyloidosis Centre MRI Department, on the second floor of the Royal Free Hospital, was undergoing a refurbishment which involved the installation of several electrical services. Some of the electrical services that were installed included a new MRI LV power supply, a new Hartley & Dark switchboard, small power, 2 no MCB distribution boards providing essential and non-essential supplies, new electrical energy meters to meet ‘Building Regulation L2B’ requirements including the connection to the existing trust metering/remote monitoring infrastructure system, lighting which included modifications to existing modular wiring lighting controls, manual dimming controls, final circuit cabling, containment and modifications to existing office circuits to suit retention of existing offices, new P4 Ltd self-test emergency lighting including luminaires and containment, and electrical services up to the specialist medical equipment including all field wiring and containment.
A few of the electrical systems that were installed included access control, fire alarm, nurse call, an induction loop, and voice/data complete with incoming data communication backbone cabling and diversion of the existing voice telephone backbone cable into a new cabinet.
Site Addresses: UCL Medical School, The Royal Free Hospital, Rowland Hill Street, London, NW3 2PF
Programme: 20 weeks
Client: Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
Principal Contractor: Cuffe Plc
Consultant: Richard Stephens Partnership
Architect: Ansell & Bailey Architects
Project Value: £350,000