Due to an increase in requests to carry out architectural work on other sectors we have taken the decision to rebrand the company.
We are now trading as Nicorna Architecture and will continue to deliver our professional services to all sectors as well as continuing to operate in the healthcare sector where we have extensive knowledge.
If you would like to find out what benefits Nicorna can deliver to your project please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicorna were successful in bidding for the refurbishment of an existing MRI Scanner suite at Leeds Oncology; St James Hospital for ENGIE and Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.
The works are currently on site with the new RF cage and services being installed.
We are delighted to continue working on the site to deliver much needed projects for our valued clients
We have been working hard over the last few months designing a new PET-MR Scanner facility for the University of Manchester's Imaging Department at Central Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust in conjuction with MTX Contracts and ENGIE.
The facility needed to fit in an existing shelled space within the hospital estate and ensure that both the construction and operational elements of the facility did not cause disruption to adjacent areas from noise and vibration.
The project is currently under construction with a completion date of end of September 2016.
Nicorna has successfully bid for the design of a new private hospital in Tbilisi, Georgia.
The new hospital will be built on the grounds where the existing maternity and general hospital stood which has been demolished.
This is Nicorna's second commission abroad following on from the successful Azerbaijan Health Sector Reform project which construction was completed in 2011/12.
We are delighted to be involved in this exciting project and look forward to being part of its success in conjunction with the local design teams and of course our new client, Sayali.
We are pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at this years Healthcare Estates Exhibition at Manchester Central on 9-10 October.
This is a great opportunity to find out what is new and up and coming in the healthcare sector and to discuss any new projects that may be in the pipeline.
Please come and visit us on Stand CA4 - we look forward to seeing you there.
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We are pleased to announce the appointment of Lauren France as our new Business Development Manager.
Lauren has experience of dealing with clients and the public having worked in the hospitality and travel sectors and has the drive and motivation to enhance Nicorna's new and existing business opportunities both here in the UK and abroad.
We are pleased to announce the successful bid to provide architectural and healthcare planning services to Lend Lease Facilities Management on their Lifecycle Projects at Central Manchester Hospitals.
The Trust recently completed a major PFI hospital on the existing Manchester Royal site with Lend Lease FM responsible for all Lifecyle works for the duration of the PFI agreement.
We look forward to a successful partnership with our new client.
Nicorna Healthcare in association with CQA International is pleased to announce that its has been successful in bidding for the design and project management of two 100 bed hospitals in the Republic of Azerbaijan as part of the country's Health Sector Reform Project.
The US$50 million World Bank funded project is anticipated to be completed by early 2012 and will bring much needed modern healthcare facilities to the Northern Rayons of Azerbaijan.
As part of the Project there will also be a number of smaller Village Hospitals and GP Clinics that will serve the outlying rural areas of Sheki, Ishmailli and Agdash in the foothills of the Caucuses Mountains.
James Carrick, Director of Nicorna Healthcare, said,
"This is a wonderful opportunity to bring modern healthcare facilities to the regions which will hopefully make a vast improvement to the delivery of healthcare services for the residing population whilst also improving the prospects of expanding tourism in this beautiful part of the country.
With a 4 - 5 hour drive to the capital Baku along with treacherous conditions in the wintertime these facilities will minimise the need for patients to travel to the capital for treatment."