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Birmingham Hospital, Birmingham

Market Sector: Hospitals
Client: Consort Healthcare
Location: Birmingham
Country: England

Project Partners: Main Contractor: BNHJV (Balfour)
Architect: Building Design Partnership
Engineer: White Young Green

Project Key Stats: Total Tonnage: 10,000 tonnes

Site Programme:
Completion Date: December 2008


Project Overview:

Birmingham's new 1,200 bed super hospital is being built on the 50 acre site of the old Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Edgbaston and will become part of the largest healthcare facility in the UK outside of London.

Covering some 170,000 sqm, the hospital comprises more than 10,000 tonnes of structural steelwork, including approximately 700 tonnes of Fabsec plated beams.

Severfield-Reeve Structures Ltd was responsible for the fabrication, erection and design of the structural steelwork and connections. The company also supplied and fixed the metal decking, edge protection, Stairs and pre-cast concrete that was incorporated into this project.

The hospital was constructed by Steelcraft Erection Services Ltd, on schedule, and with a creditable health and safety performance.

Steel is 100% recyclable and can be recycled again and again, without degradation  of its properties  or performance

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