Work at the new Diagnostic Assessment Centre at the James Paget University Hospital at Great Yarmouth has moved at a pace since the groundbreaking at the start of August.

The steel structure for the two storey framework has now completed. The upper storey with stair access is dedicated to the vast plant requirement needed for the running of the complex diagnostic and monitoring medical equipment.

Next steps are the installation of the structural framing system, along with façade brickwork and completion of the roof, all of which will start to form the aesthetics of this much-needed provision for the NHS, and helping its staff provide the very best healthcare provision possible.

See here a timelapse of the progress to date: