Birmingham Dental Case Study

The Birmingham Dental Hospital is home to the University of Birmingham’s School of Dentistry. Furthermore, it is also one of only ten dental hospitals in England.

With a flexible range of consultant-led services, the Birmingham Dental Hospital offers quality treatment to an average of 115,000 patients every year.

Placing a heavy focus on education and research, the Hospital actively supports many keen dental students, dental nurses, dental hygienists and therapists with undergraduate and postgraduate training. The interior of Birmingham Dental Hospital

It would be an understatement to say that the Birmingham Dental Hospital is an invaluable, unique part of the University of Birmingham’s School of Dentistry.

Hence our delight when Integral UK Ltd, one of our long-standing partners, referred the Hospital to us.

Integral UK Ltd is a leading provider of mechanical, electrical and fabric maintenance services, working on behalf of the landlord for the Hospital building.

Thanks to the referral, we now annually carry out fire damper testing and risk assessments at the Birmingham Dental Hospital.

Additionally, we have implemented an efficient system of fire dampers at the Hospital. The fire dampers act to ensure the safety of staff; students, patients, visitors and the Hospital itself in the event of a fire.

Moreover, to ensure the fire dampers perform optimally, our team also test and service them annually.

Since the construction stage, we have worked on creating a safer environment in the Birmingham Dental Hospital.

Our work at the Hospital has only strengthened the partnership between Ductbusters and Integral UK Ltd.


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