NHS’ new cancer centres require urgent source of heating
Falling winter temperatures are normally the catalyst for the healthcare sector turning to us for their temporary heating requirements – and this year has been no different.
Last week, we were contacted by a client in southwest England who is building a new cancer centre on behalf of the NHS.
To ensure the project could be completed on time, it was imperative that a solution was found to combat the cold weather affecting wet trade drying times.
Within hours of receiving the inquiry, our local expert conducted a site survey. This process allowed us to ascertain that temperatures on the building site would need to be kept above 18 degrees.