Honeywell has announced the launch of Honeywell Forge for Buildings –‘a comprehensive approach to building systems operations and management that can be used at a single site or with an entire portfolio’.
Gordian has announced that its Kykloud mobile surveying software and inspections application has attained two globally-recognised International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) accreditations issued by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS).
The Royal Bournemouth Hospital marked a major milestone on 19 May with a traditional ‘topping out’ for its new BEACH Building – a 23,000 m2 clinical complex standing six storeys tall – equivalent in size to 115 tennis courts.
In addition to the recently announced 2023 Corrigendum to BS 7671:2018 +A2, the IHEEM Electrical Technical Platform (ETP) is currently engaged in working through potential new work items for the next edition of BS 7671, which – it is anticipated – will be published in early 2026.
An ‘100% electric’ vehicle is helping the smooth operation of Lancashire hospital.
Electrical infrastructure specialist, Bender UK – which has offices in 15 countries worldwide, and supplies its systems to settings ranging from large acute hospitals to data centres – says that the ‘growth and enhanced capability’ of its Bender Ireland team has been boosted by new staff appointments and expansion, with additional contracts awarded across the region.
The Children’s Emergency Department and Obstetrics and Gynaecology services at Stoke Mandeville Hospital near Aylesbury have been moved into a new, purpose-built unit.
NHS Property Services (NHSPS) has appointed Jackie Ducker as its Chief Customer Officer. Joining the NHSPS Executive Board this month from the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) – where she was Executive director for Customer and Product – she brings significant executive-level expertise in building key customer relationships, and business growth and improvement, as well as extensive leadership in customer experience.
An algorithm developed using artificial intelligence could soon be used by doctors to diagnose heart attacks with better speed and accuracy than ever before, according to new research from the University of Edinburgh, funded by the British Heart Foundation and the National Institute for Health and Care Research, and just published in the journal, Nature Medicine.
Following a fire which caused significant damage to the Paterson cancer research facility in 2017, building work on the new Paterson building at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust in Manchester has been completed.
Cygnus, a specialist in permanent, fully wireless, fire detection systems, is set to display its new EN54-compliant SmartNet range at FIREX 2023, ‘Europe’s leading annual fire safety event’, which takes place from 16-18 May at the ExCeL London Exhibition Centre.
Patients will be able to contact their general practice more easily and quickly – and find out exactly how their request will be handled on the day they call – as part of a major multi-million pound overhaul of primary care, the government and NHS will announce this week.
Work has begun to fit out a new health centre at Beam Park in Rainham, Essex which will provide GP and community health services for thousands of local people.
The use of Modern Methods of Construction principles by NHS construction specialist, MTX, is driving progress on the new £64 m Elective Orthopaedic Centre at Colchester Hospital.
Health law firm, Hill Dickinson, has announced the appointment of real estate Partner James Atkins, who joins the firm’s Leeds office as its National head of Health Real Estate.
Medical Air Technology (MAT) has designed and installed a new radiopharmacy suite as part of the major 3Ts (Teaching, Trauma, and Tertiary care) redevelopment at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton.
Fit-out and refurbishment specialist contractor, Willmott Dixon Interiors, has been chosen to deliver two new endoscopy suites at Mexborough's Montagu Hospital.
A collective failure to retrofit commercial buildings to meet Net Zero targets threatens to ignite a new energy crisis, says the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA).