West Hull Health Hub news
Our countdown to completion has now started…
The majority of the rooms are edging ever closer to completion, where joiners are expertly fitting door casings and architraves – with fire door casings fitted in line with the fire strategy. A thorough quality checking system is being utilised by both the project team and the joinery contractor to meet building regulation standards – these have been signed off by the building inspector. On the first floor, our joiners are also working alongside various trades such as; ceiling fixers who are currently installing ceiling grids and ceiling tiles, and electricians who are installing the ceiling lighting and fire detection systems. These third fixes are continuing to contribute to the final finishes within the rooms and corridors. The suspended ceilings on the ground floor are following suit with air conditioning vents being harmoniously positioned within the ceiling grids just as they have been to the first floor.
Our groundwork contractor – Overhall – is bringing the surrounding landscaping skillfully into fruition by installing the foundations for the entrance steps and ramp, and all remaining ducting, drainage, paving kerb edges, and sub-layer stone will prepare the ground for soft and hard landscaping. They will be having a busy month bringing the groundworks package together, this is an exciting prospect for the site team as more and more of the areas surrounding the building will be fully realised.
During August, Sewell Group worked alongside Cat Zero to run a month-long internship. We were able to offer our intern – Sam – an opportunity to gain hands-on experience within a commercial construction environment in his chosen trade, to paint and decorate. Along with many other interns, we hope this has offered a fresh perspective, and shown what it’s like to work for a leading ‘Times Top 100 company’.
The journey at the West Hull Health Hub (WHHH) continues with our on-site operatives having so far appreciated the support put in place by the project team to enable and encourage them to openly talk about their mental health.
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