HCS Case Study 6 - Kingston Hospital|
Kingston hospital has suffered from the estates recuitment, and plant investment problems that affects many of our largest city hospitals. This means that urgent infrastructure improvements were impossible without creative thinking
HCS Case study 5 - Birmingham Heartlands Hospital|
Huge expansion on the Heartlands site had outgrown and left the old coal fired boilerplant way behind in capacity and environmentally
HCS Case Study 4 - Royal Shrewsbury Hospital|
The RSH has struggled for years with a low capital allocation leading to under-investment in the boilerhouse, chillers, building controls and a very high energy usage bill
HCS Case Study 3 - Crawley Hospital|
The hospital is a 60's style tower block with all the normal problems. Large old oil boilers were inefficient. Upper floors required new windows. Domestic hot water not within legionella temperatures.
HCS Case Study 2 - Glan Hafren Hospital|
Glan Hafren hospital suffered from poor heating system zoning, lack of patient comfort through poor energy control and high energy costs. The project completely refitted the boilerhouse including new CHP and waste heat boiler. As the Trusts own staff are expert at installing and commissioning control systems, we supplied the plant and they installed and commissioned the controls.
HCS Case Study 1 - Mid Staffs Hospital|
Mid Staffs is a modern fully airconditioned hospital. To improve energy costs and its energy Performance indicators it required a CHP plant that would raise steam, and a number of energy consumption improvements.