Sutcliffe Consulting Engineers were appointed to provide the M&E Co-ordination on the new CAMHS unit in Hull. The project involved part demolition and refurbishment of the Children's Centre on Walker Street (carried out by local contractor Houltons) as well as building a new facility.
CAMHS, short for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services is a vital centre that treats young people struggling with a wide range of mental health issues such as depression, severe anxiety, psychoses and eating disorders.
The new unit, which has it's own school, fully-equipped gym, indoor sensory room, indoor and outdoor recreational space and specially designed area for families to visit to create a homely environment for those undergoing treatment.
Ward 29 was a refurbishment of administration offices and was undertaken to create more ward space at Scunthorpe General Hospital. Ward 29 consists of multiple bed units, single bed units, a treatment room, utility space and a central nurse station. The project was part of a £2million programme of work. The work was undertaken to create both additional bed spaces and improve the flow of patients across surgical and medical floors.
The building services scope has included a full refurbishment of Mechanical and Electrical services, which included connecting into existing steam, heating and plumbing services. The Mechanical design incorporated heating and cooling via a new ventilation system. The ward was also fitted with LED Lighting, modern power sockets (USB compliant) to ensure that the design and installation was HTM compliant.