Carrick company fits out new block at Ulster Hospital

McCue Crafted Fit in Carrick has provided bespoke interiors for the new phase B in-patient ward block at the Ulster Hospital.
McCue Crafted Fit in Carrick has provided bespoke interiors for the new phase B in-patient ward block at the Ulster Hospital.

A Carrick company has played a major part in the completion of new in-patient ward block at the Ulster Hospital.

McCue Crafted Fit provided bespoke interiors for the new phase B in-patient ward block, in particular, for the unique 288 single en-suite bedrooms, using cutting edge materials and technology for advanced infection control.

The company used the latest solid surface material for the walls and surfaces in the en-suite bathrooms, because of its hygienic properties and durability.

This product is thermoformed, with no seams or joints, allowing for tighter infection control with the appropriate upkeep and maintenance.

Les McCracken, Managing Director, McCue Crafted Fit, explains: “McCue is proud to have played our part in some way in providing Northern Ireland a new ward block in the Ulster Hopsital.

“By supplying the most advanced infection control materials and utilising our bespoke joinery and workmanship, we have ensured that it is fit for purpose and the 21st century.”

With over 60 years’ industry experience, Carrickfergus-based McCue Crafted Fit specialises in “high quality refurbishment and fitting- out, in addition to offering bespoke joinery services to a wide range of customers in varying sectors”.