Network Infrastructure

Great Ormond Street Hospital

The Brief

The internationally recognised Hospital for sick children (informally known as GOSH) is located in the Bloomsbury area of London.

Founded in 1852, the hospital grew into one of the world’s leading children’s hospitals through the patronage of Queen Victoria and counting Charles Dickens as a chief fundraiser.

The requirement for Adaptive IT was to install approx. 250 Cat5e Data Outlets into the hospital as part of an ongoing refurbishment programme of works.

Adaptive IT's Solution

Working under instruction to the building plan specification, the installation was undertaken in a phased approach.

Each area was subject to an initial first fix of cables with subsequent visits to terminate, commission and test.

As this was still a live site and a working healthcare medical environment – strict site procedures had to be adhered to as well as making sure any prospective disruptions were kept to a minimum.

The hospital enjoys a very rich history and all of the medical staff there do a great job working tirelessly around the clock. This project was installed to a very strict time frame and delivered successfully.

John Richardson

Project Manager, Adaptive IT Solutions

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