Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
The New Queen Elizabeth University Hospital’s £800m project is a mix of new hospital facilities on the site of the previous Southern General Hospital. The largest hospital in Scotland, it is one of four major trauma centres where specialist services are based as part of a new national major trauma network in Scotland. There is a new acute care hospital with 1,109 beds in single-room accommodation, a 256-bed children’s hospital, 30 modern operating theatres and a separate laboratory block providing biochemistry, haematology and blood transfusion services. The hospital was completed, on time and under budget and is fully operational.
We are proud to have the Linian Clip as part of such a prestigious construction in Scotland and its use has set the benchmark for MICC cable installation for the future.