Harmer drainage chosen for UK’s largest ever PFI hospital scheme

Posted by david.luukas

Jan26

Harmer drainage chosen for UK’s largest ever PFI hospital scheme Alumasc has completed its largest ever installation of Harmer’s SML Soil and Waste system, onthe redevelopment of hospitals within Bart’s Health NHS Trust – Britain’s biggest PFI hospital scheme.

The system formed part of a complete package of Harmer Drainage solutions used across the extensive project.

The scheme, due to complete in 2016, will see Bart’s Cancer Centre transformed into a Cancer and Cardiac Centre of Excellence and The Royal London will become the largest new hospital in the UK. The two sites cover a built area of 270,000m2 comprising new construction and refurbishment of existing facilities.

Bart’s Health NHS Trust awarded the project to the consortium of Skanska, Innisfree and Equion (part of John Laing plc.)

Harmer Drainage products were specified for their performance and long term reliability. Alumasc provided Harmer SML soil and waste system together with over 100 roof drains, 80 shower drains and 50 floor drains for the new and refurbished sections of Phases 1 and 2 of Bart’s Cancer Centre and Phase 1 of The Royal London.

Specifiers of rainwater and foul water systems can now benefit from Alumasc’s Drainage Calculator software which has been recently heralded as a major step forward for the industry. The new software allows users to build roof drainage systems which are automatically compliant to BS EN 12056:2000 and are designed to protect for the life of the building.

Download the Drainage Calculator here

For more inormation on Harmer SML click here

For more information on Harmer Roof Drains click here

For more information on Harmer Floor Drains click here

For more information on Harmer Shower Drains click here

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