Hospital construction work as new chillers installed
Health chiefs have advised the public that construction work will start near the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital’s Berry Hill car park from tomorrow.
The Bermuda Hospitals Board is installing five temporary chillers close to the hospital’s general wing.
A BHB spokeswoman said: “There should be no impact to patients accessing patient parking areas as the construction site is not a public area. Vendors who deliver to KEMH will find there is traffic control to help them safely deliver supplies.”
Trench work will start tomorrow and a high lift crane will be at the location to aid in the project, which is expected to take five days to complete.
The temporary chillers will assist cooling water at the facility while repairs are undertaken on the chillers in the acute care wing.