It was an opportunity to make a bridge between Restore Harrow Green’s relocation expertise and the unique demands of a hospital environment. The consultant’s technical brief identified the interdependencies of the hospital departments. A detailed relocation programme was developed over the course of 2 years prior to the move which allowed for a risk free relocation.
During the 10-day physical relocation itself, the hospital suspended all routine work in preparation for the relocation of five medical and surgical wards, three operating theatres, the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit, Bone Marrow Transplant Unit (including isolation units), Oncology ward, X-ray department and over 1,000 linear metres of medical records from several departments. The project also required the additional relocation of the Renal Unit from Southmead Hospital.
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We were specifically looking for a company that recognised this was not a typical move, and one with no margin for error. Restore Harrow Green’s track record of exceptional moves preceded them.
Sue Revell - United
Bristol Healthcare NHS Trust Bristol Royal Hospital for Children Project
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