VALUE: £18m
LOCATION: Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
DURATION: 2012 - 2023

We have been successfully reappointed onto a 3-year MTC framework at Royal Stoke University Hospital.

We have built up a strong relationship with the trust delivering works at Royal Stoke University Hospital for nearly 10 years. During our long relationship we have forged an excellent working relationship with the Estates Managers and Senior medical staff. Throughout this framework we have been awarded projects based on our successful track record with trust which is a testament to the strong relationship.

In 2020 we were successfully reappointed onto a 3-year MTC framework at Royal Stoke University Hospital.

Scope of Works:

  • Capital programme projects
  • Minor works which includes:
    • Decoration works
    • Refurbishment
    • M&E alterations
    • External Landscaping
    • Maintenance


Throughout this framework, we were awarded repeat business based on our successful track record with the client and the trustful relationship. We have delivered refurbishment works throughout the hospital estate which are relevant to STH’s requirements. The main areas of the hospital that we have delivered works to are:

  • A, B & C Block – Wards
  • West Building
  • Chapel Refurbishment
  • Clinical Education Centre (CEC Building)
  • Lyme Building
  • Nursing & Midwifery School

One of the most challenging projects we delivered for the Trust was helping to reconnect two parts of the Royal Stoke University Hospital site with an extensive elevated walkway repair project. The project took over three months to deliver, and the scope of works included removing existing lighting, installing new LED lighting, applying anti-corrosion paint, and resurfacing works. The walkway was situated over a busy road and had to be fully encapsulated to protect the general public and traffic below. The team produced a comprehensive road and traffic plan and a pedestrian diversion for the project’s duration.

Novus carried out works to a superb standard on what was a very challenging project given the bridge’s location over a busy road. This potentially disruptive project for the hospital has been very well co-ordinated by Novus operatives who worked in a sensitive manner throughout in order to provide staff, patients and visitors with a safe walkway.

Adam Beech - Estates Officer at Royal Stoke University hospital

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