At the new Diagnostic Assessment Centre (DAC) for the James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in Great Yarmouth, the brickwork façades have now been revealed after scaffolding struck before and after the Christmas break.

A key feature of the building is the grand brickwork columns with double height glazing feature which forms the entrance to the reception, seen here behind one of our R G Carter Quantity Surveyor Apprentices Charlie who is gaining lots of experience on this great project during the second year with the Firm.

Glazing by Drayton Windows is being installed across the whole of the building and is now complete in this double height space.

Eyre Group is also on site, helping install the large plant required for the running of the diagnostic and monitoring medical equipment in the centre, such as an MRI and CT scanner, Ultrasound imaging and X-ray on the upper floor.

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LSI Architects Rossi Long Consulting