Case Study

Andrews provides underfloor heating solution for teaching hospital

One of West Yorkshire’s largest teaching hospitals had plans of building a three-storey building extension in order to accommodate new paediatric and geriatric units. Two well-known construction companies were subsequently drafted in to complete the project.

The Bradford Royal Infirmary is among the top ten ranking teaching hospitals and at the forefront of research and education in healthcare. As such, a large number of individuals were relying on the swift conclusion of a multi-million-pound development.

Our clients required an effective temporary boiler unit that would assist with the drying of the newly-laid infirmary screed flooring. To ensure the units met the customer’s needs, one of our specialists visited the site to conduct a survey.

As a result, a 22kW electric boiler hire was agreed upon due to its compact design and ability to operate quietly and inconspicuously within a working ward utilising the existing underfloor pipework.

Due to our unrivalled expertise of the construction industry, we were able to recommend and install a suitable boiler rental package that fulfilled the criteria set out by contractors.

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