The SuRNICC is a new neonatal care unit in North Wales providing a range of facilities to care for newborn babies with significant care needs. An existing building was to be substantially expanded and our client, Mechanical & Electrical Engineering and Facilities specialists, Lorne Stewart, required us to fully coordinate and produce installation drawings for all MEP services and the new plant room.
The models and drawings were integral in detecting clashes or issues in the construction and successful completion of the unit. We also helped the main contractor and various design teams, through using Point Cloud technology, in overcoming a coordination issue experienced whilst connecting new services to the existing building.
To assist our client in the MEP service coordination, and specifically in running the services from the new to the old building, we produced ‘real-world’ 3D models and 2D installation drawings. They featured architectural details, structure and services, including pipe lengths, invert levels etc.
The neonatal care unit opened in 2018 and is now caring for premature and sick newborn babies from across North Wales.
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