Sustainable healthcare with renewable energy enhancement.
Milton Keynes University Trust
TA-30 W Flat Roofing System
As part of its comprehensive asset management and sustainability mission, and to meet increasing demand on services at the 550-bed healthcare facility, MKUH began the latest phase in roof renewal including an ambitious CO2 reduction strategy.
The task involved upgrading the flat roofs over the original main hospital buildings to improve thermal performance by installing insulation and Photovoltaic Panels (PV), as well as adding edge protection, and creating access.
“At the Trust we are undertaking a significant programme of work to replace and upgrade the flat roofing across the site, enabling us to improve the energy efficiency and performance of our estate. This includes enhancing our roofing insulation, increasing the energy that we produce on site and reducing our carbon emissions. The service and work provided by Langley via their Approved Contractors CWG Group has been exemplary and completed to a high standard within the initial outlined timeline. Their five-year maintenance check scheme ensures that we have their ongoing support as we continue our journey to become a more environmentally-friendly and energy efficient organisation.”
Tony Marsh, Estates Services Manager at Milton Keynes University Hospital