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Structural steelwork is playing a crucial role in the redevelopment of one of the largest hospitals in the north of England.
Currently under construction, the new Royal Liverpool University Hospital will boast 646 beds all in single ensuite rooms, 18 theatres, 23 wards and units, and one of the largest emergency departments in the North West.
Overall the project has been divided into three phases; the first and current phase includes the building of a new Acute Hospital building, a separate Clinical Services Support Building (CSSB) and two link bridges, one spanning between the Acute and CSSB and the other linking the CSSB to an existing multi-storey car park. Once demolition has been carried out, phase three will begin and this consists of constructing a large steel-framed public realm and car park. The largest steel element of phase one is the five-storey CSSB and its two link bridges, a contract that has required Elland Steel Structures to fabricate, supply and erect more than 900t of structural steelwork. The CSSB will accommodate storage facilities for medical supplies, laboratories and offices.
Two structural steel masonry lined cores provide the majority of the steelwork’s stability, along with bracing. Level two of the CSSB wraps around the loading yard, and so the first floorplate to cover the entire footprint is level three.
Also on level three, linking the CSSB to the adjacent multi-storey car park, is another 21m-long bridge.
Once the existing hospital has been demolished a steel-framed podium, accommodating a ground level car park with a public realm above will occupy the large cleared space. Paths, leading to and from the surrounding buildings, will crisscross the realm and public access will be via a flight of stairs. Elland Steel Structures will erect approximately 700t of galvanized steelwork for this phase, with work due to begin in 2019.
Visited SwedenMs Nabacwa's studies included work experience at The University of the Free State in South Africa. Funding came to an endSix students were enrolled in the master's programme in midwifery in 2011. He and Professor Karen Marie Moland are the Norwegian co-ordinators of the now-concluded NOMA partnership. He points out that Makerere and MUHAS have established a genuine and close academic partnership, which involves professors acting as external moderators for each other.

The key task for Bergen University College has been to act as a facilitator for co-operation in the south. The Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education (SIU) is a public Norwegian agency that promotes international cooperation in education and research.
Poor physical fitness amounts to nearly as high a risk of premature death as tobacco smoking and appears to be more lethal than hypertension and cholesterol. Plans are prepared by ward and stake welfare committees under the direction of the bishop or stake president.
Being built on land adjacent to the existing hospital, this multi-million pound project is vital in regenerating and transforming an area that acts as a gateway into Liverpool city centre.
The new Acute Hospital building is being constructed with an insitu concrete frame, although there are a number of internal steel elements within this 150m-long structure, as plant enclosures, screens and one internal atrium are created using structural steelwork. The main core was installed as part of the first steel erection phase, as this then provided the steel erectors with sufficient temporary stability which all other areas of the structure could be erected from. The structure is supported by a single 10m-high V-shaped column, positioned slightly off-centre due to a service road that runs beneath the bridge. Because of the site’s sloping topography, the CSSB will overlook the realm and will be linked to it via a ramp. She wants to help raise the standard of the nursing profession and midwifery practices in Uganda.
We have been able to create genuine south-south co-operation, which is particularly important in terms of sustainability," says Fred Ivan Kvam, Associate Professor in the Department of Nursing at Bergen University College. Incorporating knowledge-based practices as part of the training has been another important contribution.
It is all about adopting methods to identify, critically assess and use research-based knowledge in order to be able to make knowledge-based decisions," says Kvam. Phase two will then kick off with the hospital decamping its services into the completed new structures, allowing demolition of the existing 1960s hospital to commence.
Many of the power duct routes from the onsite energy centre go into the CSSBs own substation and then onwards into the Acute Hospital building. Five phases, working to the full height of the building were needed to complete the structure.

Level four is more or less identical to level three, while five steps back and only occupies half of the CSSB’s footprint.
The steelwork for this bridge was brought to site in individual sections, which were then assembled on site using temporary support frames to minimize crane requirements.
This column spacing, with a floor-to-ceiling height of 4.5m is considered to be ideal and the most efficient for the car park. The public realm on top of the podium will be formed with a 700mm fill within which there will be numerous plants and trees, many of which will be in large planters. Gardens will provide solitude and a relaxing environment, while a cafe situated in the middle of the realm will offer drinks and snacks.
Students from Makerere have taken master's degrees in psychiatric nursing, acute and intensive care as well as adult nursing at the African partner institutions and are now teaching at Makerere University.
The biggest capacity crane was a 100t unit used to lift four 2m-deep girders, spanning 20m and each weighing 17t, that form the yard’s open plan space. Without paid leave from their employer, students must fund tuition fees and everything else themselves.
A series of 10m-high, 559mm diameter CHS sections, with 25mm thick walls, support the girders. There is no culture of doing that here, but it is something we want to bring in,” she adds.
For that very reason, it is extremely important to have people with master's degrees and PhDs in the hospitals, they argue. Once each CHS section was installed, Carillion had to concrete fill each member to add to the overall robustness of the column supports. They have gained work experience from first-class institutions outside Uganda and are now sharing their experience and knowledge.

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