£90 Million redevelopment of the New West Cumberland Hospital which will see the biggest single investment into healthcare for West Cumbria in over half a century. It presents an immensely exciting opportunity to create a new deliver hospital care into the 21st Century. The proposals involve a mixture of new build and refurbishment. The new buildings will be up to three storey’s in height with some rooftop plant areas. Construction will be via a prefabricated concrete frame and panel system incorporated within which will be a variety of materials which will give the building a distinctive and exciting aesthetic. The new build accommodation comprises an urgent care centre, radiology department, minor ops facilities, endoscopy department, medical investigations unit,outpatient facilities, acute assessment centre, coronary care unit, intensive care unit, 6 theatre operating suite, neo natal,pediatric out-patient and in-patient facility, special care bay unit, delivery suite, wards, canteen, café and main entrance area. The exciting design brings public and patient flows to the forefront and the introduction of open spaces alongside areas ofcirculation provides a sense of place at all times. The construction is due to commence in 2012 with completion set for early 2014.
The Pulsar ceiling mounted radiant panels a are made in 4 sizes, with a width of 600 mm and a length between 1.2 and 3 m, in 2 standard colours, and others upon request. The panel has a very elegant design, perfectly matching thefalse ceiling, features simple maintenance, very long life and can be connected in series or in parallel to others panels using flexible pipes supplied upon request. The panels feature a very interestingconstruction: modern welding units, without leaving any visible traces, press the copper pipes into the thick electro-galvanised steel panel, guaranteeing an optimum heat output and a uniform temperature across the entire radiating surface. The product isideal for many types of environment, especially schools and hospitals. The panel can be supplied with hot orcold water: in the summer, it should be used together with a primary air system, as only sensible cooling is provided.
Pulsar radiant panels free up valuable wall space and provide an efficient, clean, tamper proof and noise free alternative to radiators and other classic heating methods. Pulsar radiant panels are designed to fit a 600/600mm standard ceiling grid more robust, free hanging type. All panels are standard RAL 9010 (white) but can be painted to customer’sspecification in most RAL colours.