HIGHLIGHTS

26-bed spinal cord injury rehabilitation

Purpose-built hydrotherapy unit

New facility GIFA totalling 5726m2

As part of Welsh Government’s commitment to invest in the modernisation of NHS Wales and the improvement of facilities and outcomes for patients, our team are creating a new spinal rehabilitation unit together with the refurbishment and extension works to existing wards. This will replace the outdated facilities currently housed at Rookwood Hospital in Cardiff and will be one of only twelve spinal rehabilitation units in the UK.

The state-of-the-art unit will feature; a 26-bed spinal cord injury rehabilitation ward, a 24-bed specialist neuro-rehabilitation ward, a critical care service, a purpose-built hydrotherapy unit and independent living facilities to support earlier return to home.

The project involves the refurbishment of 4248m2 over three internal templates, taking them back to the structure before adding four new single and double-height extensions totalling an additional 1400m2. The finished building features a slate tile roof.

Operating within a live hospital site, the project team have had to put in place complex logistic plans across the wider hospital facility to minimise the impact of the construction process, whilst allowing the health board to continue to provide a facility that supports and cares for the patients and enables staff to deliver an exceptional service.

Roofing, Internal Trades, Finishes, Screed, Masonry, SFS

Address Rookwood Relocation, Llandough
University Hospital Llandough
Penlan Rd
Llandough, Penarth
Cardiff
CF64 2XX
CF64 2XX
Directions

Please see attached map for directions to parking and site entrance

Parking available yes

Please park in hospital visitor parking areas – there is a 2 hour time limit so please register vehicles at the Willmott Dixon Office Reception

Length of Visit 1 and Half Hours
Maximum Group Size 14
Register by March 15, 2020
School, college, dwp Open to groups and individuals
Minimum group size 1 spaces
Maximum group size 14 spaces
Disabled Access yes

We endeavour to accommodate every person who would like to visit our projects. This is a live construction site, we may have some restrictions that affect access or levels, please let us know your requirements in advance so that we can plan your visit.

Child Restrictions yes

If you are bringing a baby or toddler please be aware that we may have some access restrictions, a baby carrier may be more suitable than a pushchair.

Please ensure that all children under the age of 16 are accompanied by an adult.

Marie-Claire Overton

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March 17, 2020

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March 18, 2020

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