Project details

West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust  serves a population of 5.36 million people covering an area of more than 5,000 square miles made up of Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Coventry, Birmingham and Black Country conurbation.

The new West Midlands Ambulance Service Station in Warwick houses new offices, training rooms and fleet workshops. It has also become the base for a new team of dedicated Ambulance Fleet Assistants (AFAs) who clean, stock and prepare ambulances in readiness for the clinical staff. The AFAs also deal with any fleet issues during an ambulance crew’s shift, allowing the crew to continue with their work of looking after patients.

  • Client: A&H Construction
  • Project: West Midlands Ambulance Service Station
  • Location: Warwick
  • Sector: Health
  • Value: £0.23m
  • Contract Duration: 14 weeks
  • Service: Civil Engineering, Groundworks

Requirement

We have completed the construction of the West Midlands Ambulance Service Station, Warwick.

The contracted works involved earthworks services, drainage, foundations and external works, including a 900sqm yard slab, a 620sqm ground floor slab and 230sqm mezzanine slab for the upper floor with associated services and car parking facilities.

Result/outcomes

The contract was successfully completed within a 14 week time frame.

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