Health board awards radiology extension to Shropshire’s Pave Aways

An extension to the radiology department at Wrexham Maelor Hospital will be carried out by Pave Aways

Knockin-based Pave Aways will carry out an internal remodel of existing space within the hospital to house new imaging equipment including CT, MRI and X-ray rooms, an interim CT room for the duration of the works and associated works.

Pave Aways has delivered a number of previous contracts for the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, including establishing a data center at the hospital, renovating The Elms, which provides community drug and alcohol rehabilitation services to Wrexham, and the extension and remodeling of Corwen Medical Centre. It will manage the contract from its Welsh headquarters in Benjamin Road.

Pave Aways chief executive Steven Owen said his experience in the healthcare industry would keep hospital services running smoothly while he worked on site.

“We have worked at many live hospital sites and are experienced in ensuring that daily life is not interrupted for staff and patients while we work.

“As well as providing first class new facilities for the hospital, we will be supporting the Welsh economy, using businesses and suppliers in our supply chain within a 30 mile radius of Wrexham where possible.”

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