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A sensitive project with Peterborough City Hospital required precise execution and strategic planning within the challenging environment of an operational mortuary.
This project at Peterborough City Hospital required a vast amount of pre-construction consultation and investigative work as the three previous floors had all failed within the three years. A credible time schedule was put forward, to minimise disruption but enable the successful completion of the project. To avoid complications core samples and trials were undertaking prior to commencement. The existing contaminated floor, substrate and drainage system had to be removed. The presence of bacteria meant the disposal of contaminated waste had to be expertly managed. A new drainage system had to be purposely built due to specific requirements and the substrate and floor had to be suitable to accommodate the needs of the environment whilst withstanding the contamination that can be generated. The Degafloor QTA System was specified as the final floor finish as it provides a slip resistance and durable finish. The installation took place in a busy working hospital environment and all stakeholders were delighted with the efficiency of the planning and implementation of the installation.
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