Transforming the NHS Estate Event 2022

We’re delighted to be exhibiting at The Second Annual Transforming the NHS Estate Event this year at The Kia Oval, London on 27th September 2022

Transforming the NHS Estate Event 2022

The NHS Estates and Facilities professions are responsible for the management of an estate footprint of 24 million m² across the NHS in England. 

Estates are at the centre of the Government’s plans for transforming the NHS and the largest hospital building plan in a generation was launched in 2019. It plans to deliver a long-term programme of investment in health infrastructure, with an investment of £2.8 billion for six large hospitals to be built by 2025. A further 21 schemes will be delivered between 2025 and 2030.

This event will provide delegates with the latest policy updates regarding the current status of capital funding and the maintenance backlog. Case studies will give a practical insight into how NHS trusts have successfully implemented transformed estates in their regions.

Event Details:

Date: Tuesday 27th September 2022
Location: The Kia Oval, London



15:00 - 15:20 Corporate Case Study: Harnessing Building Data And Technology To Improve Patient Care And Experience

Learning points:

  • Identifying the gaps in NHS estate data needed to manage and maintain our buildings.
  • Securing seed funding from the UK Government’s New Hospital Programme (NHP) to support a retrospective ‘as built’ representation of the MKUH Cancer Centre.
  • Building a proof of concept for using Construction Operations Building Information Exchange (COBie) data and creating an early digital twin.
  • How owning a Common Data Environment (CDE) and getting involved in the Building Information Modelling (BIM) process ensures that key information is obtained for the Trust’s Estates team.



Matt works as an account manager for the Symetri Construction team as, focusing his attention on BIM Management services, Information Management services and technologies which promote more collaborative, smarter and more sustainable Construction processes. One of the key projects he is working on is helping NHS Trusts around the UK adopt technology and better workflows to manage their estates more efficiently.



Claire leads the digital projects for the NHP, (New Hospital Programme) at MKUH; and is working to shape and promote a digital strategy that strengthens the effective use of data, information, and technology throughout their estate. Understanding the importance of BIM and asset management is key; and Claire is working closely with Clinical teams and technical departments to support the successful development of a digital twin.


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