Pump House supports Swansea Hospital services

Pump House, roof support, hospital, Singleton Hospital, Wales, Swansea

Funding approved by the Welsh Assembly has seen the most up-to-date and powerful MRI scanner in Wales being installed at Singleton Hospital, Swansea.

The associated rooftop services were installed by a South Wales contractor working on the project. Pump House supplied a number of rooftop support frames to pick up these services on an existing flat roof, through their chosen regional supplier Kernow Fixings who were also supplying the contractor with other materials for this project.

Pump House experts visited the site and met up with the contractor on the day the frameworks arrived. They provided guidance and assistance where required to ensure a trouble-free installation of our solutions, even though we had already supplied full working drawing proposals beforehand.

Due to the lightweight and portable nature of these hot dip galvanised frameworks, they are ideal for positioning on an existing flat roof, where there may be existing up-stands, rainwater outlets, and other obstacles that may be present in the immediate area. Frameworks are supplied with fully adjustable M24 leg assemblies and engineered to overcome the most common rooftop obstacles.

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