Our Mission

Value: £500,000 - £800,000 per project
Duration: June 2018 - Present

NHS Treatment Facilities

Key Features

  • As part of our leisure centre refurbishment and development projects we are often required to repurpose facilities for use by the NHS or other health services
  • This includes treatment rooms, physiotherapy facilities, GP surgeries, and walk in centres
  • Etec have extensive experience working to high design and construction standards and coordinating with design teams to ensure these are achieved
  • This is an important requirement of these healthcare projects as Health Technical Memoranda and Health Building Notes must be followed when developing the design and delivering the works
  • We have successfully delivered numerous projects for local authorities under this scheme and have an ongoing pipeline of works for future schemes
  • Overleaf we have provided details of example projects where healthcare
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Brandon Leisure Centre - GP Consultations

  • At Brandon Leisure Centre we carried out a £1.6m refurbishment and remodelling project
  • Part of this including creating a space that could be sub let to the NHS for treatment, consultancy, and other services
  • This included six treatment rooms, and office, segregated clean and dirty rooms, and physiotherapy facilities
  • The NHS provided guidelines on HTM and HBN that our design would have to take into account
  • These standards were incoporated at an early stage and then strictly monitored throughout to ensure we remained compliant


Rhyl Community Centre - GP Consultations

  • Rhyl Leisure Centre is constructed on the site of an old school and was due for refurbishment works as part of the larger regeneration scheme being undertaken in Rhyl
  • We remodelled the disused ground floor to create a new communications area, GP referral room, and fitness assessment facilities
  • This required us to comply with HTM and HBM guidelines provided to us by the NHS and client team
  • A new reception area was created by altering the layout of the building to use the space previously occupied by changing facilities and toilets
  • Noisy works were conducted out of hours to avoid disruption when the building was in use during the day

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