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St George’s Theatres

Description of Project

Refurbishment of 4 UCV Operating Theatres at St George’s Teaching Hospital in Tooting, South London. This was part of a rolling programme of works to refurbish many of their 43 Operating Theatres.

Our Role

EDP Environmental’s role combined the MEP Detailed Design Process, Project Management and Contract Administration. Activities included:-

⌲Feasibility Studies
⌲Preparation of the Client’s Scope of Works
⌲Developing the Client Brief and User Requirements
⌲Producing Detailed Technical Design for Tender
⌲Conducting the Tender Management Process
⌲Contract Administration and Site Management
⌲Project Management

Systems Included

  • Electrical Distribution
  • Lighting & Power
  • UPS Systems
  • Ventilation
  • Heating & Water Services
  • Medical Gases
  • Access Control & Communications
  • Client
  • Architect
  • Main Contractor
  • Services Contractor
  • Project Value
  • St Georges Hospital
  • CFES Ltd
  • CFES Ltd
  • CFES Ltd
  • £ 2.6M

St George's Hospital is a teaching hospital in Tooting, London. Founded in 1733, it is one of the UK's largest teaching hospitals. It is run by the St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

St George's Hospital shares its main hospital site in Tooting in the London Borough of Wandsworth, with the St George's, University of London which trains NHS staff and carries out advanced medical research. It is featured in the BBC TV Program “24 Hours in A & E”.

EDP Environmental is pleased to be involved in a long-term and ongoing refurbishment program to improve ageing MEP infrastructure to modern standards.


The hospital has approximately 1,300 beds and most general tertiary care such as accident and emergency, maternity services and care for older people and children. However, as a major acute hospital, St George's Hospital also offers specialist care for more complex injuries and illnesses.


EDP Environmental is proud to assist in maintaining the St George’s ethos of “excellent, kind, responsible and respectful”.