Followers of Channel 4’s ‘Supervet’ will know all about Noel Fitzpatrick, star of the show known also as ‘The Bionic Vet’.
The show follows his work as he and his team help ‘hard to cure’ pets from around the UK.
His dream was to build the first hospital of its kind in Europe and to change the way cancer is treated in companion animals by offering ‘all of the options to all of the animals, all of the time’. The dream came true and the new hospital, near Guildford, was officially opened by Chris Evans in September 2015.
The hospital is home to world class medical and surgical oncologists, the best nursing teams and the latest cutting edge equipment. It is also the only centre in Europe providing custom designed 3D printed limb and joint salvage prosthesis.
We were responsible for the complete £1.2m mechanical and electrical installation.
The client’s requirements presented a number of challenges notably the installation of intelligent energy saving lighting controlled by sensors and work on the CT scanner room. The scanner itself cost £750K and the room had to be Megan earthed which means a self-contained earthing system specific to a particular room.
The new series of the show will showcase the hospital and the amazing work that goes on there.