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Heartlands Hospital, Birmingham

The new Heartlands Treatment Centre (HTC) covers 18,000m2 and offers a one stop shop for its patients.   The state of the are centre brings a range of services for patients including diagnostics, endoscopy, audiology, outpatients, therapies, and imaging seeing up to 1500 patients a day.

There were several different roof types on this project, including hot melt, standing seam metal roofing and single ply membrane. The external facades consisted of Rockpanel rainscreen cladding and Kingspan architectural wall panels.

Starting late Summer 2021 this project was delivered within the programme and budget.  There were several challenges on this project, including the installation of the Kingspan panels where we were confined to very small spaces around lightwells. With the assistance of the Tower Crane and some very small scissor lifts we were able to complete the installation within the deadline to allow the M&E equipment to be completed. Keeping this building watertight during construction meant that the internal works could start sooner.  

This was RLW’s largest project to date and we were extremely pleased that all aspects of the project from design to installation went extremely well with very few issues.  

Project Details 

Project: Heartlands Hospital (ACAD) 
Products: Tata D100 decks 1670m2, IKO Hot Melt Monolithic Waterproofing System 2550m2, Paving slabs and ballast 2550m2, Euroclad Euroseam standing seam roof system 1500m2, Kingspan Insulated panels 2400m2, Rockpanel Rainscreen Cladding with Rockwool Duo Slab 3350m2, FSI Fire Barriers 2500 metres, P&H interlocking PPC Aluminium soffit planks 450m2, Mansafe, Roof Guardrails, Cat Ladders, P&H PPC Aluminium capping 400 metres, P&H PPC Aluminium Rainwater Goods 650 metres, Contractor Kier Construction  
Value: £2.6 Million 

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