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Old December 11th, 2013, 11:49 PM   #1
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HAMILTON | Bermuda | King Edward VII Hospital | Acute Care Wing | 6fl | U/C

KING EDWARD VII HOSPITAL
Acute Care Wing
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The Bermuda Hospitals Board’s brief was to design a building to support the highest quality of acute care with a strong Bermudian character for its new addition to the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital. SHCA is the lead design consultant in the winning consortium, Paget Health Services, lead by Sir Robert McAlpine in the UK and BCM McAlpine in Bermuda. Currently the largest and most complex project in Bermuda, the PPP bid required the highest international standards in excellence of design, construction and operation. The design retains the Hospital’s Bermudian ethos and the sense of “ownership” by the people of Bermuda by combining the experience and resources of local commercial and industrial communities with British, Canadian and American partners. The new building is in harmony with the site and surroundings while achieving high sustainability levels and providing a therapeutic environment for patients alongside exemplary working conditions for hospital staff. All levels of the building benefit from a central four storey atrium with skylights creating a naturally lit volume around which the inpatient bedroom floors are arranged. This has allowed inpatient floors to be subdivided into “neighbourhoods”. The atrium also serves as a landmark to enhance patient way finding. The ground floor contains Surgical Reception, Waiting area and Stage 3 Recovery. The lower level Diagnostic and Treatment care areas are carefully integrated with the floors above. The primary corridors on these deep plan floors enjoy glazed ends with visibility of the unique Bermudian environment and natural light to all patient zones.

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New Acute Care Wing Construction Update

(Hamilton, Bermuda, October 15, 2013)
By: Bermuda Hospitals Board


There are now over 500 construction workers on the King Edward VII Memorial Redevelopment Project site daily. The Point Finger Road site is Bermuda’s largest ever construction project. Contractors Paget Health Services revealed this week that the numbers of workers on the site is reaching its expected maximum with more than 500 usually on hand every day.

Since the construction works began, Bermudians/spouses of Bermudians have consistently comprised over 60 percent of the workforce.

BHB President & CEO, Venetta Symonds, said: "We are pleased to again report the positive effect this necessary development is having on our Bermuda community. We are in the business of healthcare but find that we are providing jobs for hundreds of Bermudians in the construction field. We recognise the importance this has meant for many families during this unexpected downturn in our economy."

The KEMH Redevelopment Project broke ground to build a new acute care wing in January 2011 and is expected to be complete next year. The number of workers on the site has been rising gradually and in the last two months has risen to 500.

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