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Latest news from MTX

Below are recent news items about MTX, industry stories and information, along with the latest from our company Twitter feed.

Recent News

MRI

By General, Healthcare

MRIWorking alongside Cofely Suez and Sodexo, MTX have been successful to redevelop an existing ENT department into a new 46 Bed Acute Ward. The project will contain significant works around the live hospital site, requiring careful planning to minimise disruption. The scheme is due to be completed in July 2015.

Whipps Cross

By General, Healthcare

Whipps Cross HospitalAfter partnering with Integrated Health Projects through a successful P21+ bid process, MTX are delivering a new Modular Twin Operating Theatre with 8 Bed Recovery at Whipps Cross Hospital. The project is part of site-wide redevelopment master plan, fashioned by Barts Health NHS Trust.

Northwick Park

By Healthcare

Northwick ParkUpon 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.

28 Bed Modular Ward at New Cross Hospital Wolverhampton

By General, Healthcare

MTX have juNew Crossst 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.

 

 

 

Ashmole Academy

By Education, General

Ashmore AcademyIn 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.

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