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Impact Group UK

The UK's Leading Hygienic Wall Cladding Specialists with In-House Installation

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King’s College Hospital, London

King’s College Hospital, London

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Impact Group UK have been awarded the Hospital Wall Protection Package at the new £21m contract awarded to Premier Modular Ltd for the offsite construction of a 3,450sqm, four-storey modular healthcare building.The use of an offsite solution for this project is ensuring faster delivery and earlier occupation to the benefit of patient care. It is also radically reducing disruption to staff and patients and the surrounding residential community during it construction.Stephen Hatcher, Project Manager, Associate, P+HS Architects “The building was designed to minimise impact on the environment over its life and is targeting a BREEAM excellent rating. It will have areas of green roof to encourage biodiversity, a highly insulated building fabric to reduce heat loss and running costs, energy-efficient ventilation and electric air source heat pump system for heating, and solar panels for electricity generation.”THE OFFSITE SOLUTIONThe £21m contract was awarded to Premier for the offsite construction of a 3,450sqm, four-storey modular healthcare building.The use of an offsite solution for this project is ensuring faster delivery and earlier occupation to the benefit of patient care. It is also radically reducing disruption to staff and patients and the surrounding residential community during it construction.CHALLENGESHigh degree of energy efficiency to reduce carbon emissionsCompliance with the current and emerging London PlanA highly restricted site on a live hospital campus. The new building has access roads to three sides and is immediately adjacent to the Normanby Building.A short build programme to bring the facilities into use as fast as possible, to the benefit of patient careThe requirement to avoid any disruption to the air ambulance during the building installation phase.CAREFUL LOGISTICS PLANNING132 steel-framed modules weighing up to 11.5 tonnes each were installed using a 500-tonne crane in a complex operation.This involved careful logistics planning to maintain access through the hospital campus at all times, and to co-ordinate cranage to avoid any disruption to the helipad and air ambulance helicopters.THE FACILITYThe new outpatient services building will provide 48 purpose-designed consultation rooms and eight procedure rooms for a range of services, including dermatology, rheumatology, respiratory, neurosciences, pain management, and urology as well as other aspects of surgery and therapies.EXCEEDING TARGETS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCYThe building had stringent requirements for energy efficiency in compliance with the London Plan and new SAP 10 carbon factors, to reduce emissions by:At least 15 per cent from non-renewable measuresBy 35 per cent overall in the final building.The project has achieved a total reduction of 48.16 per cent of regulated carbon emissions using a combination of low carbon measures and energy from renewables:Enhanced building fabric specification with high levels of insulation to reduce heat loss and running costsHighly energy efficient system for precise heating and cooling and using heat recoveryAn efficient radiant panel system powered by air source heat pumps and as an alternative to radiator heatingHot water provided using a bivalent system – 65 per cent from air source heat pumpsHigh efficacy LED lighting throughout with daylight dimming control to rooms with windowsA photovoltaic array of solar panels to generate around 45kWp of electricity output.The new building is designed in compliance with BREEAM 2018 Ene01 excellent requirements and will have areas of green roof to encourage biodiversity.The offsite construction of the building structure also enhances the building’s sustainability credentials – with precision manufacturing to reduce heat loss, fewer vehicle movements to site, and zero waste to landfill.
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Little Pioneers Nursery and Pre-school

Little Pioneers Nursery and Pre-school

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Impact Group has been on site at the brand new purpose built Little Pioneers Nursery & Preschool in Warwick, where we've supplied and installed ImpactPRO Hygienic Wall Cladding to specified areas.We've also prepped, latex'd and laid new Altro safety flooring throughout the space.
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Sensory Room, West Dunbartonshire

Sensory Room, West Dunbartonshire

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Impact Group UK has stepped in to transform Barry's bedroom following the family’s two-year council battle to make it safe.The Daily Record reported three weeks ago how mum Caitlyn is in constant fear of him hurting himself and has been fighting for work to be carried out.A roll of lino, supplied by WDHSCP, has been lying in her hall since last summer, with the walls and floor still bare and electrics yet to be completed.Impact had previously supplied a quote for the work over a year ago, which Caitlyn says she passed onto the council but nothing came of it.A little Vale boy is going to have his dream bedroom after a big-hearted company stepped in to end the family’s two-year council battle to make it safe.Five-year-old Barry McLaughlin has Pica, a rare condition which causes him to chew wall and floor coverings, and has been waiting on West Dunbartonshire Health and Social Care Partnership to carry out vital adaptations.Commercial director James Cooke read our story online and reached out to Caitlyn pledging to safely kit out the space, including an ocean-themed feature wall and built-in TV. Caitlyn said: “This means so much to us. After the story was in the Lennox I thought it would maybe give the council a push but I never thought for a minute that a company would reach out.How we found out “Somebody had tagged James in the story and he sent me a message on Facebook.“He said ‘If you don’t mind we would like to come out and get Barry’s room as safe as possible. You won’t need to worry any more. We’re going to make it safe and fun for him’. “I couldn’t believe it. I was in floods of tears. I thought it was such a nice thing to do. “They did a quote over the year ago which I showed the council but they said it was too expensive. I offered to pay part of it as it included the cost of a TV which I didn’t expect them to pay.”Director Michael Blake told the Lennox Herald the company, which specialise in installing hygienic surfaces in healthcare facilities, hospitality, leisure and in homes, didn’t think twice about contacting Caitlyn after seeing our story. He said: “We didn’t hear anything else after doing the quote so presumed it had been carried out.“When we found out she was in the same situation we knew we had to get the job done.“We’re going to make a really fun, safe environment for Barry and it will give Caitlyn peace of mind knowing her son is safe.”The mum-of-two previously told how there was “no dignity” in his bedroom, which only has a bed in it for Barry to sleep. He has eaten the floor underlay, skirting boards and wall coverings and requires materials around him which he cannot try and eat or rip up.Impact Group UK specialise in the work requiring to be done and James and his team travelled up from England last week, spending five hours assessing the work needed to be carried out. They are planning to return in a couple of weeks to carry out the work over four days, replacing wall and floor coverings and installing a fun aquarium feature wall.Caitlyn said: “They sent me some different options for the feature wall and I picked one I knew Barry would like. “It’s got fish, corals, whales and turtles. I was expecting a plain wall but he said they wanted to make it fun for him. He’s going to love it. “They are going to put a TV in with a perspex screen over it. There will be a fake wall with wires and sockets behind so there will be no chance of him chewing any of it. I don’t need to worry about him sticking his fingers into the sockets. “It’s going to be amazing and I can’t wait to see his face when it’s done.“He has a few wee friends who he’ll be able to invite round to play in his room and it’s going to be really good for him to be able to have his own space. “For me, it means I can go to sleep at night without the fear that he is going to choke on something he’s eaten. “I am so grateful to them.”Jackie Baillie MSP previously hit out over the delay after it was revealed WDHSCP was sitting on £6million of reserves.She said: “I very much welcome the intervention from Impact Group UK, but it is shameful that they have had to step in to complete a job that WDHSCP should have carried out in 2020.“Families with urgent needs should never have to wait years for help and this cannot be allowed to happen again, especially given that the HSCP is sitting on £6m of reserves.“The HSCP must do the right thing and pay for the work to be carried out and apologise to the McLaughlin family for not helping when they should have intervened.”A WDHSCP spokeswoman said: “We strive to provide a responsive and efficient service to all of our residents and would again like to apologise to Ms McLaughlin that timescales for these works were impacted by staff absence as a result of the pandemic.“We will continue to liaise with Ms McLaughlin to provide support and ensure all works to her home are completed as required.”
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The Royal Exchange, London

The Royal Exchange, London

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Impact Group UK have been lucky enough to have been part of transforming the vaults of London’s historical Royal Exchange.We supplied and installed ImpactPRO to the Vaults Kitchen. The space will consist of a 7,000-square-foot bar and restaurant, The Libertine, a drinking and dining destination that has been in the planning since pre-pandemic times.Paying homage to the building’s history as the first venue to serve alcohol in London with a Royal Licence, The Libertine will feature a large bar, more casual drinking and dining spaces, as well as two private dining rooms and a restaurant.It’s brought to you by "Incipio" (the group behind Pergola, The Prince, and Lost in Brixton) who intend to bring to life the histories and stories of the Square Mile in this historic space.
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Prior Park College

Prior Park College

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Prior Park College is a Grade 1 listed building which stands on a very large hill overlooking the city of Bath and dates back to 1830's, so as you'd expect, this project came with some very interesting quirks.Impact supplied and installed ImpactPRO to the College's main kitchen and store areas.
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Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Gateshead

Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Gateshead

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Impact Group UK were pleased to be able to assist a fellow contractor recently who had been let down at the last minute, we were installing IPC Wall Protection at the QE Hospital, Gateshead and some Wall Cladding works had gone seriously wrong.We were able to supply new materials at cost price and reinstall this project using ImpactPRO, all within a 2 day turnaround, happy to say the contractor now has a very happy client, and no delays were incurred.
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Astra Centre, Harlow

Astra Centre, Harlow

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We supplied and installed this project using ImpcatPRO Satins from our extensive range of Hygienic Wall Cladding finishes.
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The National Mathematics and Science College

The National Mathematics and Science College

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Impact carried out the hygienic wall cladding at The National Mathematics and Science College, we supplied and installed ImpactPRO to the College's main Kitchen.
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Daikin Air Conditioning

Daikin Air Conditioning

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Impact supplied and installed ImpactPRO for a cost-effective hygienic wall cladding solution.
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Newham University Hospital

Newham University Hospital

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Impact recently installed ImpactPRO Hygienic PVC Wall Cladding to the ambulance wash bay walls at Newham University Hospital, this constantly "wet" environment is now able to benefit from the many mechanical advantages that the PRO System has to offer such as, exceptional resistance to impact, chemical substances, moisture, stains, and spills.
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Delish, Sheffield

Delish, Sheffield

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Delish is a new Pizza, Milkshake & Kebab chain based in Sheffield.Impact supplied and installed ImpactPRO Gloss to the main restaurant area in a shocking pink to match the company branding. We also installed Stainless Steel Cladding behind the cook lines.
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Reds10, Hull

Reds10, Hull

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Modular Construction and Hygienic Wall Cladding.
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Hill Top Academy, Doncaster

Hill Top Academy, Doncaster

Impact Group UK

Supply & Installation of ImpactPRO White.

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