Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Complex

Northern Ireland

The Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Complex opened its doors to patients at on 20th June 2017.

The new facility has two wards (Palliative Care & Rehabilitation) with 40 single in-patient rooms to promote patient privacy and dignity whilst complying with the latest infection prevention and control standards; and 22 recovery beds for patients recuperating from Day Case Surgery.

Four GP Practices are located in the Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Complex offering a wide range of general medical services to all registered patients.

ATC provided the BMS and were awarded the BMS contract by R&F Mechanical Services and ATC were delighted to continue this successful partnership in delivering Healthcare projects in Northern Ireland.

The site energy centre provides district heating and cooling to each block. Plantroom spaces within the blocks house the secondary heating and cooling plant and air handling units which are operated from a MCC with a Trend BMS outstation. The floor areas in each block are heated from either radiant panels (capillary Controlled) or from underfloor heating manifolds. Where spaces require to be air conditioned these areas are served either from ceiling mounted Fan Coil Units (FCU) or Chilled Beams.

The FCU’s and Chilled beams are controlled by Bacnet MSTP enabled controllers which are interfaced with main site BMS controllers via a TCP/IP MSTP network controller.

A Trend 963 supervisor is provided which provides access to operating parameters and status of all the primary plant, AHU’s, UFH Manifold, FCU and Chilled Beams. The BMS Supervisor provides a graphical interface to the each item of plant and room controls can be accessed through floor layouts depicting the FCU’s on each floor.

All BMS outstations and interface controllers are connected onto a BMS IT network which provides the building with reliable and robust communications and can be migrated over to the tenant system if so desired.