Pathology Extension at New Cross Hospital
The extension is being constructed adjacent to the south entrance at New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton and will house a number of centralised pathology services. When finished, the building will provide a central pathology hub.
Our role on this project was to model and edit drawings for the steels. The client of the project is Graham Costruction, Consultant is Price & Myers
What benefits utilizing BIM and Tekla software brought to the project?
Considering the complex nature of works at various stages of construction including the strengthening of as-built structure, the Tekla Structures steel structures modelling played a vital role in the successful completion of this project. Tekla BIMsight was used extensively to identify the clashes with other trades and those clashes were resolved in the modelling stage itself. IFC's were regularly used along with model screenshots to share progress with the client whilst also being able to show clear details and ensure fabrication / welding would not have any unforeseen issues.
The project in numbers
- Dimensions = 23m high, 26m long, 23m wide
- Steel = 131 tonne