To achieve the required conditions for clinical excellence in the modern healthcare services sector it is essential that a structured commissioning plan is developed and executed without compromise. CML have undertaken all commissioning, management, consulting and documentation services in a variety of prominent healthcare facilities, from primary healthcare facilities to major acute general hospitals.Our role on these projects focuses on the key sector-specific commissioning issues including :-
  • Statutory & trust body proving – In the healthcare sector it is essential that statutory and clinical specialist requirements are developed as an integral part of the commissioning plan from design stage. Our role would usually cover interfacing with all elements – including building control, trust infection control, clinical validation experts, pharmacists etc - to ensure satisfactory ‘first-time’ completion
  • Services & building fabric interface – Important in any facility but essential in the healthcare sector where pressure regimes are critical to systems performance. Our commissioning plan focuses on ensuring the building fabric completion milestones are clearly defined and monitored to allow commissioning and performance testing to be fully proven.
  • Medical equipment interfaces – Ensuring the hook-up of critical medical equipment is a seamless event, co-ordinating to ensure commissioning of the requisite services is completed and validated prior to connection - and rechecked following equipment commission. This is particularly critical for items with extended commissioning periods (e.g. LINACS units) or that have a significant effect on the systems commissioned performance (e.g. fume cupboards, ventilated tables etc)
  • Infection control – Ensuring that commissioning and performance testing of systems such as hot and cold water supply services – is carefully planned, undertaken, certified and maintained to ensure the infection control regime is not compromised
Queens Hospital, Romford


December 2011
Rolls Building Officially Opened by HM The Queen

June 2011
A New Name for UKCMRI - The Francis Crick Institute

2010 CML Sustain Appointed on Birmingham New Street Redevelopment

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