Upon conclusion of a competitive tender process through Lot 9 of the RM875 Crown Commercial Service Modular Healthcare Framework, MTX have been successful in procuring a new multi-million pound, highly specified, 63 Bed Modular Ward scheme including 15 Isolation Rooms for London North West Healthcare NHS Trust at Northwick Park Hospital.
MTX have just completed a new 28 bed modular ward at New Cross Hospital Wolverhampton. The onsite installation was completed in just 9 weeks from delivery of the 24 modules to practical completion.
The new facility provides the trust with 28 additional ward bed spaces and a procedures room which are now ready for use following handover on the 5th December 2014.
In later date of 2013 MTX Contracts were awarded the contract to design and manufacture Ashmole Academy’s new flagship 6th form centre. From the outset the aim was to produce a vibrant, modern environment for students entering higher and further education who would be using the building daily as their main base for studies and relaxation. The building would also cater for an influx in additional students numbers and increased their current 6th form capacity from 150 to 320 pupils.
In July 2014 MTX were awarded the contract to provide a new 30 bed decant ward for the Walsall Manor Trust Foundation in conjunction with Skanska who maintain the current site. The project which will provide six, four patient diamond wards, 6 single patient rooms and supporting infrastructure will be completed in December 2014.
MTX have recently been awarded the contract for a new SSCU Modular Extension to the Lyme Building at the University Hospital of North Staffordshire, adding an additional 12 critical care beds. This is arranged as 10 beds in an open plan area, a single critical care bedroom and an isolation suite. This will ultimately increase the hospitals Critical Care capacity by over 20%. MTX are working alongside Kier Northern to deliver what will be a prestigious scheme offering full HTM and HBN compliance.
MTX Contracts Ltd was first recognised as an Investor in People in 2005 and now has achieved reaccreditation at its last review in May 2014 demonstrating their commitment to realising the potential of their people. Gaining Investors in People makes a statement about the kind of organisation we are, the way we operate and the values that drive us forward.
MTX have commenced works at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital – Stanmore to provide a further ultra clean operating theatre. The on site programme which includes a piled foundation solution to accommodate four new modules in an overall period of just 16 weeks.