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Client

NHS - Yorkshire Ambulance Service

Building Use

Local ambulance response points in five locations around Doncaster

Procurement Method

Buy

Why hire from Portakabin

Project Features

  • Modern kitchenette
  • High quality toilet facility
  • Ambulance charging kit
  • Community defibrillator
  • Efficent heating and cooling systems
  • Comfortable facilities
  1. The Requirements

    Yorkshire Ambulance Service (YAS) needed five separate local ambulance response points strategically located around the city of Doncaster. By reducing the time spent travelling to and from the ambulance station YAS wanted to maintain their operational efficiency, improve response times and ultimately enhance the service they provide for their local patients. The buildings needed to provide hard-working ambulance crews with comfortable facilities while on stand-by or rest breaks.

  2. The Solution

    In a full turnkey solution that included planning, project management and groundworks, Portakabin supplied high-specification single modular buildings to serve as response points for Doncaster ambulance crews. With plenty of natural light from large windows, and efficient heating and cooling systems, the buildings are designed to provide as much comfort as possible. A modern kitchenette means crews can prepare meals and refreshments and the high-quality toilet facilities are also sometimes used by passing ambulance crews. Amongst the many additional features the buildings also house a charging kit for the ambulances and a defibrillator for community use.

We love the new buildings. The crews like them, the management teams like them, the project team like them. We love them.

Craig Sagar, Project Manager, Hub & Spoke Team, Yorkshire Ambulance Service

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