The Grange University Hospital (SCCC)

Construction by the main contractor, Laing O’Rourke, commenced during the summer of 2017. The hospital is due to be completed by the autumn of 2020 and receive the first patients during the spring of 2021.

The 560 bed (including trolleys and cots), 55,000m2 new build hospital will provide complex specialist and critical care treatment for over 600,000 people in South-East Wales, and include a 24-hour emergency department and assessment unit, dealing with emergencies and resuscitation cases, and will have a broad range of diagnostic services, operating theatres, and a consultant-led obstetric unit

Auxilium worked closely with the main contractor, CHt and the other members of the design team to provide a fully coordinated M&E services Building Information Model.

This was then further developed to provide offsite prefabrication information (DfMA) to allow CHt to prefabricate the services at their manufacturing facility. This included corridor distribution modules, plant skids and plant room valve assemblies. The project is currently ahead of schedule and within budget.

Project Summary
M&E Services Value: £63m (£350m Project)
Sector: Healthcare
Services Provided: 3D Coordination & Offsite Manufacture
Client: Crown House Technologies
Main Contractor: Laing O’Rourke

Further Project Photos

Other Projects