PET Centre Phase II

St Thomas' Hospital, London

Client: St Thomas' Hospital

Value: £3.5m

This project comprises of the full Mechanical electrical Plumbing (MEP) works to the new PET Centre Facility including Medical Gases and a new nuclear grade ductwork installation

The PET Centre Redevelopment Project is a joint major investment by King’s College London and Guy’s and St Thomas’ Trust to revolutionise PET Imaging facilities at St. Thomas’ Hospital. Phase One is now complete. Phase Two involves the construction works associated with the installation of a second cyclotron acceleration plant, hot cells and associated equipment capable of producing a range of imaging tracers to enable enhanced diagnostic care and improved research capability. The facility will be based in the space vacated by the original PET facility on the lower ground floor of the hospital.

Specialist Expertise

BIM

Airflow Simulation

Dynamic Thermal Modelling

Environmental

PET Centre Phase II

St Thomas' Hospital, London

Client: St Thomas' Hospital

Value: £3.5m

This project comprises of the full Mechanical electrical Plumbing (MEP) works to the new PET Centre Facility including Medical Gases and a new nuclear grade ductwork installation

The PET Centre Redevelopment Project is a joint major investment by King’s College London and Guy’s and St Thomas’ Trust to revolutionise PET Imaging facilities at St. Thomas’ Hospital. Phase One is now complete. Phase Two involves the construction works associated with the installation of a second cyclotron acceleration plant, hot cells and associated equipment capable of producing a range of imaging tracers to enable enhanced diagnostic care and improved research capability. The facility will be based in the space vacated by the original PET facility on the lower ground floor of the hospital.

Specialist Expertise

BIM

Airflow Simulation

Dynamic Thermal Modelling