FIS contractor member Great Yarmouth Ceilings (GYC) is pleased to report it is still busy working on essential projects. At the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) it is working on several projects including the new IRU and Modular Wards schemes for MTX Contracts. Work has also started on Theatre One refurbishment and is progressing on the Nuclear Medicine upgrade project and a quick fire job on the Jack Prior Ward, as well as completing works on an upgrade to Radiology, all for Serco. It will soon be starting on a link corridor for a new isolation unit for R G Carter.
At the James Paget Hospital in Gorleston, GYC is currently working on an upgrade of theatres six to eight for Morgan Sindall and a job direct for the hospital on constructing new male and female staff showers. Finally, it is also working on new facilities for Taylor Woodrow via Greater Anglia (Stadler) constructing new offices for it to run the new generation of trains from.
Commenting on the challenges of working in these difficult times, GYC contracts manager Nick Mason said: “Social distancing hasn’t been too much of a problem, as of yet, on the sites we have been working on, as other contractors have furloughed their staff thus leaving less people on site, allowing us to proceed without too much inconvenience. The main challenges have been logistics of getting hold of the materials and then getting them to site at the correct times. Thanks to CCF Peterborough and Encon Newmarket for all their help.”