Weston General Hospital, Weston Super Mare.

Weston General Hospital is an NHS district general hospital in the town of Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset, England operated by Weston Area Health NHS Trust.

They provide acute and rehabilitation hospital services, and some community health services, to residents of the North Somerset area – a population of around 212,000 people.

Their services include Orthopaedics, a midwife run maternity unit, an Oncology Day Unit, Cardiology, WISH sexual health clinic, day surgery, general surgery and a 24 hour Emergency Department.

Their patients’ well-being is at the heart of everything they do. A clean environment and good facilities are as important to patients in hospital as their clinical care.

Some of the contracts we have been / are currently involved in are:

Alteration and refurbishment of Single Room 3 in Berrow Ward to create an Isolation Room

Alteration and refurbishment of Single Room 3 in Berrow Ward to create an Isolation Room. There will also be alterations to the services duct in Single Room 3 on Steepholm Ward.

The work involves erection of partitions and doors, installation of fittings, mechanical and electrical services, new finishes and general decoration.

The alterations will involve work in connection with the services in other parts of the building outside the site areas and it will be necessary to arrange suitable access and a programme for carrying out this work.

Berrow Ward has 4 bays consisting of 24 beds, and 4 side rooms. The ward cares for respiratory and gastroenterology patients

West End Switchboard & Interlink to East End Switchboard

The project is to replace the existing West End switchboard at the Hospital without causing major disruption to the operation of the building.

Along with the installation of new switchboard will be changing the controls of the existing site generator to G59 synchronised controls to allow short time paralleling of the mains, connecting the existing CHP and voltage optimiser into the new system and transferring the existing sub-main cables

A link will be provided between the West End switchboard and the East End switchboard to provide added resilience to the electric infrastructure of the Hospital utilising an IP68 busbar system.