HESIS supports the delivery of temporary rainbow hospitals

Fire, security and M&E firm supports contractors delivering two COVID-19 response units in Wales

HESIS has provided fire alarms and crash call systems, together with PA equipment for COVID-19 field hospitals in Wales

Fire, security and M&E maintenance firm, HESIS, is supporting contractor, Integrated Health Projects (IHP), with the delivery of two temporary COVID-19 ‘rainbow hospitals’ in Wales.

Working with its sister company, HE Simm, along with VINCI Construction UK; HESIS is installing fire alarm and crash call systems as well as PA equipment across the two sites.

The first, in Deeside, has seen the transformation of an indoor ice rink, which is part of a local leisure centre, into a 419-bed COVID-19 response unit.

The second site at Bangor University will provide a 229-bed facility.

HE Simm is playing its part in the delivery via the installation of mechanical, electrical and public health (MEP) systems.

Barry Juggins, managing director, said: “I feel very proud and privileged that we were asked to get involved in both of these projects, alongside our sister company HE Simm.

“Collaboration and relationships have really come to the fore in the last few weeks, all in the interests of the national effort, which is a real pleasure to see in what is a very-testing time for us all.”

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