HeatSave could grant superior level of control over heating at future Cambridge Biomedical Campus
Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) and developer John Laing have recently signed an agreement whose end-result will be a £120m hospital development on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus (CBC).
The new development will be known as ‘The Forum’, and will comprise a 100-bed private hospital, a post-graduate medical education centre, and a hotel/conference centre.
As the first major project of its kind in the NHS, CUH will receive an annual income plus a share of the profits over the duration of the contract. The money will go towards the support and enhancement of delivery of patient care at the CUH’s two hospitals – Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie.
Subject to planning permission, building work is anticipated to start in summer 2014 with an estimated completion date of summer 2016.
Any modern building, especially those designed to meet the specific requirements set in the healthcare industry, will certainly require a very effective energy management system to be put in place, and that’s exactly where the HeatSave programmable wireless thermostatic valves can really come in handy.
The HeatSave wireless thermostatic valves represent a very good solution for the healthcare industry, where energy costs are 2nd only to labour costs. That’s because the TRVs can help customers slash their energy bills by up to an impressive 30 percent by allowing them to thoroughly control the heating patterns for every single one of their radiators.
Moreover, it’s quite likely that the hospital could benefit from the financial advantages provided by the Government’s Green Deal scheme, given the fact that the HeatSave valves represent an approved measure to control radiators under the aforementioned programme.
If you want to find out more about the HeatSave wireless programmable thermostatic radiator valves, get in touch with our dedicated product team, they’ll be more than happy to answer all your questions and queries.