Grange University Hospital is the first major hospital to be built in Wales in more than two decades. The £350m new specialist and critical care centre in Llanfrecha, Cwmbran, will provide a 471 bed facility where three quarters of patients will be treated in their own rooms.
AA Woods were instructed by Aneurin Bevan University Health Board to undertake asbestos remediation works to the old site to enable the demolition of the existing administration blocks and villa buildings that used to be home to long-stay patients, as part of preparations for the new hospital.
Our works involved asbestos removal across all thirteen original buildings including the removal of residues to the main boiler house and underground duct system.
Extensive further non-licensed ACM’s in the form artex, floor tiles and AC soffits were also removed.
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board