Case Study: Leicester Royal Infirmary

The Project

ICU project for the Accident and Emergency Department.

Our Impact

Horton have completed multiple projects at Leicester Royal Infirmary dating back to 2011. Working directly for both the Estates and Projects Departments at the University, in addition to working for several locally based building contractors.

The schemes have ranged from fitting out wards with ICU manual sliding doors to provide patient privacy, supply & installation of new automatic entrance systems, refurbishing the A&E and Resus areas during Covid-19 for purposes of infection control. In 2014, we undertook a major project (in excess of £250,000) in the Accident and Emergency areas for a large building contractor to install high numbers of ICU manual sliding door systems. Our ICU systems are designed for use within a clinical setting, with features such as trackless operation, antimicrobial paint finishes and doors with manual breakout functions (to enable you to manoeuvre hospital beds in and out of bed bays and rooms when there is a minimal structural opening width available).

Our extensive product range and selection of ICU manual sliding and swing doors designed specifically for the healthcare market – means there is a solution for entrance needs throughout the hospital environment.