Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham UK is a 1,215 bed, tertiary NHS and military hospital.
The development included a variety of off-site prefabricated elements including:
- Bathroom pods
- Prefabricated structure
- Prefabricated facade
- Precast concrete
Prefabricated and Modular Building Services
- Corridor Modules
- Plant & Equipment Skids
- Modular Risers
Delivered 12 months early
Offsite prefabrication enabled elements of this project to be completed 12 months ahead of schedule compared to a traditional M&E approach.
Over 450,000 man hours saved
Hours saved through prefabrication compared to traditional approach:
|Onsite Manual Handling||156,480|
|Working at Height||183,840|