ACR ensure it’s safety first in 40M NHS scheme

ACR were appointed Principal Designer for a new  40M NHS day treatment centre on the Queens Medical Centre estate in Nottingham.

This was a complex build that was constructed to connect to an existing hospital building and required health & safety co-ordination of over sixty su-contractor trades and suppliers.

The building provides day treatment and surgery facilities to patients over a range of medical disciplines and specialities covering diagnostics (CT, MRI and X-ray), Musculoskeletal (General—non-fracture, Hands), Gynaecology, GI (Cardiology, Res-piratory, Diabetes/Endocrinology, Dermatology). The DTC also has five operating theatres and a range of minor operations and treatment rooms.

ACR were the Principal health & safety advisor to the client and co-ordinated the health & safety of the works with the Principal Contractor. ACR collated all of the materials for the subsequent Health & Safety file

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ACR have been known to us for a number of years and they have undertaken work for us since 2005 on speculative commercial developments. We chose ACR as we were assured we would receive a personal service to both Mace and our client; this promise was delivered. We have no qualms with respect to their work at all and we will utilise them again when the situation dictates. The fact that we continue to work with ACR demonstrates that ACR compare exceedingly with other firms. We feel, as our clients believe this. We also find that ACR continue to provide a senior level response at all times. I am aware that Simon Robinson and his fellow senior staff work from the ethos that a good personal relationship and providing a high level of service. We have found that this ethos is actually translated into a first class delivery service.
Operations Director, Mace