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Case study Trafford General Hospital Trafford General Hospital is part of the Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT), which is one of the largest acute Trusts in the UK, employing more than 28,000 staff. It’s also known as "The Birthplace of the NHS". The...
Yeovil District Hospital’s Modular Day Theatres were created to serve day patients whilst reducing waiting times and helping the trust meet targets. With P4 emergency lighting already installed site-wide, it was a natural progression to expand the system in this new building.
One Housing is a housing association based in London and the south east of the United Kingdom. They manage around 16,000 homes and provide support to residents who need special help, through their social care arm, One Support.
One of the UK’s leading universities has been equipped with a state of the art self-testing emergency lighting system to provide the safest, most accurate and convenient remote monitoring procedure through its Local Area Network.
The University of Surrey owned multi million pound Surrey Sports Park, which offers a venue that hosts some of the best sporting facilities in the world, has been equipped with P4’s M-Web state of the art self-testing emergency lighting monitoring system.
P4 Limited successfully completed one the UK’s most challenging emergency lighting projects at Sage Gateshead.
Coventry University’s latest addition to its city centre campus is known as The Hub.
The Usher Hall, one of the world’s outstanding concert halls and a landmark in the heart of Edinburgh, re-opened its doors in August (2009) after a major £30m refurbishment that included the installation of wall and ceiling mounted, Omikron LED low energy edge lit sign luminaires from P4’s Design Range.
Hammersmith Hospital is a major teaching hospital in West London and part of the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. This hospital is internationally renowned for clinical research, historically specialising in the heart and kidney, and now includes an angioplasty suite, a cancer centre, leukaemia wing and the West London Renal and Transplant Centre.
IHEEM recently invited one of the UK’s leading self-testing emergency lighting specialists, P4, to work with it, when a regular fire inspection by a local fire officer of the Institute’s headquarters building in Portsmouth highlighted regulatory compliance concerns.
The University of Southampton is recognised as one of the UK’s leading research universities. Its large estate has been progressively equipped with P4 Limited’s pioneering products and services.
200 Aldersgate is a recently refurbished, 370,000 square foot building providing 17 floors of office space in the City of London. It is occupied by more than 20 businesses and includes both a gym and a café.
The Trust is the largest cardiothoracic centre in the UK and consists of two hospitals: Royal Brompton Hospital, London and Harefield Hospital, Middlesex.
Northwick Park Hospital is part of the London North West Healthcare NHS Trust, which is one of the largest trusts in the country. It is one of eight London hyper acute stroke units (HASUs), based in the Borough of Harrow and is a teaching hospital for students of Imperial College School of Medicine.