Business

Co Antrim firm helps fit out new Ulster Hospital block

Carrickfergus company McCue Crafted Fit helped provide bespoke interiors for advanced infection control in the new inpatient ward block at the Ulster Hospital
Gareth McKeown

A CO Antrim fit-out firm has played a key role in the completion of the new £112m inpatient ward block at the Ulster Hospital in Dundonald.

Carrickfergus company McCue Crafted Fit helped provide bespoke interiors for the new ward block, which began construction in 2008 and opened last week.

The company used cutting edge materials and technology for advanced infection control in the bathrooms of the 288 single en-suite bedrooms.

Managing director Les McCracken said McCue was proud to play its part in the new ward block at the Ulster Hospital.

"By supplying the most advanced infection control materials and utilising our bespoke joinery and workmanship we have ensured that it is fit for purpose and the 21st Century," he said.

“It has always been important to us at McCue to be at the forefront of technology, ensuring we offer the most up-to-date products and services to our clients.

"This new hospital redevelopment is but one such project and we are glad to have helped transform the health sector in Northern Ireland.”

With more than 60 years' industry experience, McCue Crafted Fit specialises in high quality refurbishment and fitting out, in addition to offering bespoke joinery services to a wide range of customers in varying sectors.

Enjoy reading the Irish News?

Subscribe now to get full access