MIG have partnered with modular construction manufacturer Wernick Group and ADP Architecture to provide a state-of-the-art, turnkey facility for the George Eliot Hospital in Nuneaton.
As part of the NHS Trust’s five-year estate strategy, the building itself needed to house a clinical staff base, a pre-op area, anaesthetic room, two operating theatres, and a four bed post-op recovery ward for orthopaedic elective and general elective patients.
The ambitious modular project required a high level of cooperation and coordination between MIG, Wernick, and ADP Architecture to ensure its success.
“This was a high-profile project and its successful completion was a significant achievement for MIG” said Carl Mitten, Director at MIG.
During construction, the MIG team fitted out every internal aspect down to the smallest of details – managing the challenges of working with enhanced COVID safety measures.”
The overall result is a theatre building of remarkable quality, that has the latest healthcare technology and provisions.
Its modular construction, designed by ADP, is made up of 33 units and can accommodate additional storeys on top of the current design should the Trust’s estate development plan require more space.
With meticulous project coordination and attention to detail, MIG and Wernick Group handed over the keys to a state-of-the-art HTM and DDA compliant facility in November 2021.
It was successfully delivered to an exceptionally high standard, ready for patients and medical staff to use.