Stanley Llewellyn Bath NEC Supervisor Accreditation,     

Name: Stanley Llewellyn Bath NEC Supervisor Accreditation,
Affiliations: (NECReg)
Address: Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust 17 Kenwyn Road, Torquay, South Devon,
Post Code: TQ1 1LU
Current Position: NHS Estates Officer – Capital Projects, Clerk of Works, NEC3 Accredited ‘Contract Supervisor’
NEC Experience: I work for Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust within the Estates and Facilities Capital Projects Team in the role of Clerk of Works (Building & Construction), I have been a member of the ICWCI since 27th December 2013.
Spring 2015, I was appointed NEC3 Supervisor on two flagship projects, currently being undertaken at Torbay Hospital.
LINAC NEC3 option ‘A’ Key Roles to oversee the Construction, Building work and installation of M & E Services
Inspection of the works – Monitoring progress – Tests and Commissioning – Contractor adherence to NHS standards
The Project includes a Design and Build contract for the construction of a concrete bunker to house a new Linear Accelerator Radiological Machine Treatment Room consisting specialist design, a purpose built thick concrete structure with a primary beam shield and copious medical physics calculations. The associated works include a control room and clinical rooms with mechanical plant and electrical equipment to control pre-set heat levels and provide a precise air management system to deliver the right ambiance for staff and best possible patient experience. The enabling works and reconfiguration of space is being provided within the live medical environment of the existing Oncology footprint.
CCU and Main Entrance NEC3 option ‘A’ Key Roles to oversee
Site engineering inspections – Participation in Design Team Meetings – Contractor conformity with the Works Information
A new Design & Build Critical Care Unit with associated plant and support accommodation with a New Main Entrance and retail area. This all-embracing addition to the medical complex involved the demolition of the existing main entrance, extensive groundworks and civil engineering, CFA pile foundation and an RC frame construction, which is to be built adjacent and connected to the existing Hospital on three sides. Related accommodation works included diversion of the existing underground steam supply, relocating the main entrance and public transport routes, laying new main drainage, extension of the copper/silver treated water supply and the realignment of the approach road carriageway and retaining structures.
Having more than forty years industry experience with JCT and some P21 and P21+ the NEC3 ECC suite of contracts were new to me. It was yet another learning curve where I needed to understand and appreciate the fundamental objectives the new contracts are designed to facilitate.
Hence, I enrolled on the NEC3 Supervisors accreditation course in August last year and completed the on-line assessments to be accepted for the classroom stage. In September 2015 I attended the first NEC ‘Supervisors’ training in Birmingham, a very informative course with delegate interaction and sharing of knowledge. Following this I submitted the final two-part assignment written essay tests for assessment within the given timeframe.
November 19th, 2015 I received notification I had achieved the requisite mark to attain the ‘Su

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