Premier Technical Services Group (PTSG) is set to complete testing works at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.
Ohmega Testing Services, part of PTSG, will carry out fixed wire testing at the hospital in the first quarter of this year.
Ohmega has previously completed the fixed wire testing on EE telecommunications buildings and has recently begun working on the Emirates Stadium in London, which is home to Arsenal Football Club and holds more than 60,000.
Andrew Dack, managing director at PTSG, said: “This is another contract we are delighted to have been awarded and comes hot on the heels of other high-profile works. The fixed wire testing will be carried out during Quarter 1 of this year and completed in such a way to not interfere with the day-to-day running of the hospital.”
The hospital, which cost £545m to construct, opened in June 2010, replacing the previous Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Selly Oak Hospital. It provides a whole range of services including secondary services for its local population and regional and national services for the people of the West Midlands and beyond.
Queen Elizabeth Hospital also boasts the largest solid organ transplantation programme in Europe as well as the largest renal transplant programme in the UK.
The Trust employs more than 6,900 staff and provides adult services to more than half a million patients every year.
PTSG announced the acquisition of the total share capital and assets of Ohmega Testing Services in early 2014, enabling the group to extend its customer service offerings within its Electrical Services division.