Bradford Royal Infirmary
The De-Centralisation of Maternity and Field House Scheme was funded by Salix in order to help reduce the Trust’s Energy Consumption and Carbon Emissions, with particular emphasis on energy losses from existing sitewide steam distribution pipework.
The Scheme involved the construction of a new dedicated Energy Centre to
serve the Maternity Department & Field House Buildings; installation of new high efficiency Boiler Plant (arranged to operate in conjunction with existing CHP Plant); installation of new Heating distribution pipework & local Heating-Domestic Hot Water Plate Heat Exchangers; and strip out of redundant Steam & Condensate pipework emanating from the existing Boiler House at the opposite end of the site.
Project Undertaken by Bridger & Carr whilst at previous practice.
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust