AD Architects recently handed over the the enabling works project for the installation of the first Accuray Radixact® TomoTherapy machine in the UK. The £2m system will treat patients with breast, prostate and neck cancers at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect on Friday, 25th May.
AD Architects has been appointed to the new NHS Shared Business Services (SBS) Framework for Construction Consultancy Services. The SBS website states: ‘Our extensive portfolio of framework agreements is designed to ensure ease of access and offer a compliant route to market for NHS and public sector organisations’. Under the NHS-SBS Framework AD Architects can…
AD Architects recently attended a Careers Fair at Simon Balle School in Hertford, organised by YC Hertfordshire. Aimee Higgs and John Wiggett gave Year 10 and Year 12 pupils an insight into the role of the architect and provided information to students interested in pursuing a career in this field.
AD Architects’ Alan Whittingham and Aimee Higgs attended the University of Hertfordshire’s School of Creative Arts Fair. The careers fair is held annually at the University’s College Lane Campus in Hatfield.
AD Architects is helping Cambridge University Hospitals support patients in their battle against cancer. The Trust are installing two new Tomotherapy units at Addenbrooke’s Hospital’s radiotherapy department.