New Hospital Programme – “The Biggest Hospital Building Programme in a Generation”
The unique circumstances surrounding the completion of the new Royal Hospital makes this scheme an exemplar project for lesson learned.
In 2018, when close to completion, the initial PFI contractor Carillion entered administration, leaving the NHS and Trust with a significant financial challenge and complex structural, building fabric and various other defect related issues.
Extensive works have followed to rectify major problems including extensive remediation to the structure and removal of significant sections of the building envelope and fabric.
The Royal Liverpool Hospital will reach Practical Completion and hospital commissioning will be completed by the week of IHEEM and as such will be the first major hospital completed under HIP cohort 1.
Paul, supported by the delivery team will highlight on the challenges encountered and how the building has finally become ready to accept patients and staff despite the turbulent delivery journey
Turner & Townsend will elaborate on the strategic approach to NHP as an introduction to Paul's presentation