Interserve wins £85m Merthyr Hospital Refurbishment Contract

Wednesday, 13th August 2014

prince-charles-hospital-merthyrInterserve has won an £85m contract to upgrade and refurbish the Prince Charles District General Hospital in Merthyr Tydfil. Cwm Taf University Health Board awarded the contract following approval by the Welsh Government. Design and survey work has already started with enabling works expected to finish in June 2015 in readiness for the main building works. The project is expected to take seven years to complete with the hospital remaining fully operational throughout the many stages of redevelopment. 


Works include the replacement of existing mechanical and electrical services, ground and first floor refurbishment, asbestos removal as well as fire protection, infrastructure and car park upgrades. Facilities will be replaced in operating theatres, radiology, pathology, critical care, pharmacy and outpatient areas, while a helipad will also be relocated. All existing mechanical and electrical services will be replaced by Interserve Engineering Services. Interserve won the deal under the Welsh Government’s Designed for Life 3 framework.


The Divisional Director of Interserve Construction, Andrew Edmonds said:  “We are looking forward to working closely and collaboratively with the Health Board and its advisors, together with our local design partners and supply chain to ensure that patients in Merthyr Tydfil and neighbouring areas will benefit from the highest quality healthcare in modern, fit for purpose facilities.”