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Delivering tomorrow's hospitals

Delivering tomorrow's hospitals

Delivering tomorrow's hospitals

Delivering tomorrow's hospitals

Delivering tomorrow's hospitals

Delivering tomorrow's hospitals

By using modern methods of construction rather than traditional ones we can halve the time it takes to deliver a new hospital.  Laing O’Rourke has pioneered and, through continual learning,  refined a Design for Manufacture & Assembly (DfMA) led approach that is delivering heathcare sector projects in less time.

From our first generation DfMA hospital build – Liverpool’s Alder Hey Children’s Health Park -  to The Grange University Hospital in South Wales, click here to see how modern methods of construction are transforming the way we deliver tomorrow’s hospitals.


Alder Hey Children’s Health Park. Completed in just 130 weeks; 20% faster than traditional build

Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary. 8,500 offsite manufactured MEP and structural components

The Grange University Hospital. Second generation DfMA. 560-bed hospital and critical care centre will be delivered in just 2.5 years – 1.5 years quicker than traditional build

Next generation hospitals by using advanced DfMA a 600-bed critical-care hospital will be delivered in 98 weeks

Featured projects

The Grange University Hospital

UK

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Alder Hey

Liverpool. UK

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Tunbridge Wells Hospital

Kent. UK

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