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Phase 2B of the Royal Victoria Hospital Redevelopment is a £143m project that commenced in 2008.  Due for completion in 2012, the building will be a regional critical care centre for Northern Ireland, comprising 12 floors with emergency theatres, critical care wards, and new maternity facilities.  In addition to an extensive team of project managers and forepersons, the project has full time health and safety and environmental officers to help manage the site that currently employs over 300 workers per day.  McKinstry Skip Hire have been providing skips on this project for the last 3 ½ years. We are recycling over 90% of all materials coming from this site.

Royal Victoria Hospital

Belfast Metropolitan College

  • From construction to fit out it has set a new benchmark in environmental design 
  • Very Good Bream RatingSite Waste Management Plan produce using BRE's Smartwaste online tool
  • 95% waste diverted from landfill target currently achieving 99% across the 3 section of work (demolition / excavation / construction)
  • 100% hardcore crushed and reused on site
  • Mckinstry appointed as approved waste management contractor
  • Only Mckinstry allowed to transfer waste off site back to their MRF facility for off site segregating, processing and recycling
  • Monthly waste reports produced detailing total tonnage of waste and percentage  break down of main waste material
McKinstry Skip Hire were employed to provide waste solutions on the construction of the new Belfast Metropolitan College (BMC) in Belfast's Titanic Quarter.

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