D&G Builders and Joiners Ltd are committed about the environments we are creating for the Healthcare sector partners, these include but are not limited to acute, mental health, private sector and modular buildings.
We have experience in all aspects of healthcare delivering fully designed projects, design and build projects and providing value for money, delivering projects on programme. We understand the difficulties that trusts are faced with trying to maintain existing services, live areas and ensuring infection control prevention is maintained, including dust control. We have staff that are very well trained and versed with working in live environments. We have extensive working knowledge of Health Building Notes (HBNs) and Health Technical Memorandum (HTMs).
Latest healthcare Projects
New Fracture Clinic NHS
The project was to completely strip back an existing area in the trust and then convert this into a bespoke Fracture Clinic. This included 8 consulting rooms, plaster room, treatment room, waiting area, reception and an X-Ray room including the installation of a Siemens X-Ray unit.
Urgent Care Centre NHS
The Urgent Care Project was at the front of the hospital and was carried out in 6 phases. The whole project was surrounded by live areas and as part of the development strategy D&G had to manage all the areas effectively. We were praised by staff on how we carried this out and how we managed to carry out the work with minimal disruption.
Emergency Department Majors NHS
This project was to revamp the Emergency Department (majors) area in a local trust. It was programmed at eleven weeks and the work had to be completed in eight weeks. With careful planning and coordination we managed to achieve this for the trust.
Rapid Assessment Treatment Service NHS
This service was given money to improve patient flow and ensure there were five waiting bays for Ambulance emergencies when they entered the hospital and patients booked in.
Harpurhey Wellbeing Centre, NHS Mental Health
The existing Harpurhey Wellbeing Centre underwent extensive refurbishment and alterations to ensure community services can be provided for generations to come. The centre users, volunteers, residents and staff contributed to engagement workshops to ensure that the views of the local community where represented.