Contract Win: 10 Stannah Passenger Lifts for Chase Farm Hospital Redevelopment
Stannah Lifts is delighted to announce that it has secured the NEC 3 contract to supply and install seven 33-person and three 17-person passenger lifts as part of the redevelopment of Chase Farm Hospital in Enfield, North London into a world-class healthcare facility.
Run by the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust as part of the National Health Service, the existing 37-acre campus is outdated, in poor repair, and not up to providing the 21st century healthcare vital for a growing community.
Works comprise the construction of a new, compact, five-storey acute hospital to incorporate world-class facilities for elective (non-emergency) care, diagnostics, out-patients, an urgent care centre, paediatric assessment, planned elective surgery and postoperative care, an older persons’ assessment unit and rehabilitation facilities.
Surplus land will be used for residential development for families and keyworkers, together with a new primary school.
Works commenced in Spring 2016, with completion of the Healthcare Building planned for summer 2018.
Stannah’s NEC contract: total project management
The Stannah Lifts team will manage the passenger lift installations from start to finish and beyond, a complete, end-to-end, single solution to a top-level requirement.
Stannah will be working with the main contractor Integrated Health Projects, under the NHS ProCure21+ National Framework, a fully integrated joint venture between Sir Robert McAlpine and Vinci Construction UK. The team also includes healthcare architects IBI Group, Troup, Bywaters & Anders and Thomasons.
The redevelopment of Chase Farm Hospital is the latest in Stannah’s long line of lift installations for critical healthcare facilities throughout the UK. For example: