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Letterkenny University Hospital

CASE STUDY

This project required the extension of the Radiology Department and works to an existing underground services duct. The works were carried out in the confines of an existing live hospital. The construction programme commenced in October 2017 and was completed in September 2019.

Phase 1

16-week programme which required the fit out of an existing structure.

Phase 2

Two separate areas

Area 1 – works to an underground duct, large M&E scope of works which required strip out of old services and installation of all new services.

Area 2 - demolition of the temporary building in the existing 1960's courtyard followed by construction of a new infill building tying into the existing building. This required construction of new floor slab, structural columns, new roof and fit out of this new area along with the fit out of the adjoining X-ray area.

New construction - 375m² including plant rooms.

Refurbished area – 1,465m².

The finished project provides CT, Fluoroscopy, Ultrasound, MRI, general X-ray, and interventional X-ray services for the hospital, with associated administrative and support areas for staff and patients.