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The Hospital Club, Covent Garden

Wednesday, 15 February 2017 11:29


This building was originally opened in 1749 as the British Lying-In hospital and remained one of London’s principle maternity facilities until 1913. It became a military hospital during the First World War prior to being sold for £15,000 in 1919 to St Pauls Hospital. It remained a medical centre until 1992 when the services were transferred to the Middlesex Hospital.


The building set idle and fell into disrepair for over a decade until in 2004 after a joint collaboration between Dave Stewart from the musical group The Eurythmics & Paul Allen co founder of Microsoft re-launched it as a hub of creativity – full of people, ideas, music and life. The Hospital Club was born.

The building includes bars, restaurants, meeting rooms and a full TV studio where many main stream TV shows are filmed.


hospital club


In 2014 and due to its success, the club decided to convert one of the floors that was their admin centre into a 16 room hotel. The design was to create a variety size of rooms and two suites. However with the noise being created from the high energy produced on the areas below, the floor had to be sound proofed to create the right ambience for a hotel. Penetrating this floor to allow for gravity fixtures was not possible, so the public health designer Cudd Bently proposed a vacuum drainage system that would allow the drainage to be lifted to high level and then routed to a pre-built sound protected riser.


The vacuum drainage system caters for all 15 rooms draining the toilets, wash basins and baths. Evac’s range of interface units allows for shower waste collection in both the standard and disabled rooms.The Evac vacuum system does not impact on the aesthetics of the room and blends with the interior designers vision.


Hosp bathroom



Design Consultant: Cudd Bentley

Main Contractor: Prime Developments

M & E Contractor: KM Technical Services

Evac Installer: Kylemore Services

Installtion Date: December 2014


Job Oppotunity at EVDS

Thursday, 22 December 2016 13:13


Technical Sales Engineer - Supermarket Construction Sector

EVDS Ltd are the UK leaders in vacuum drainage technology for the Building industry with clients such as Tesco, Sainsbury, ASDA and Waitrose and with major projects at Heathrow T5 and St Pancras International Station as well as many other key projects. The Evac product offers genuine environmental water savings and conservation of precious water resources as well as offering the building designer the freedom of flexibility of layout. Further details can be found on or company website

We require a self motivated person to promote the concept of Evac vacuum drainage systems to building engineers, architects, design & build contractors and end user as a genuine alternative to gravity drainage. 

This person must be capable of generating their own leads and contacts within supermarket construction industry.

On top of these qualities you should have a good command of computer systems such as Word, Excel ,as well as an excellent customer service focus.  


Your base will be in our Chatham Office but this position will take you all over the UK, so you must be prepared to travel and be away from home overnight on occasions. We would expect you to be out of the office on sales calls three days a week.


We are offering a competitive Salary in the region £35,000 per annum; (depending on experience and qualifications) as well as an annual bonus plus a company car or travel allowance.

Whilst the main role will focus on sales you will also be expected to complete the follow duties;

  • Identify new markets
  • Create new sales targets within the industry
  • Prepare layout drawings
  • Prepare project quotations
  • Project commissioning
  • Prepare project service manuals
  • Support sub contractors in the field
  • Trouble shooting and fault finding in the field for warranty claims
  • Liaise with sub contractors regarding technical issues.
  • Assist  with technical  telephone calls
  • Prepare site specific risk assessment and method statements
  • Prepare product manuals
  • Project specials and R&D as directed
  • Give project/service training courses     

Waitrose Recycle Vacuum

Monday, 23 May 2016 10:22


The flexibility of the Evac drainage system, particularly in a supermarket allows a store owner to refurbish the sales floor without having to rely on any existing underground drainage or dig the floor to create new. This is then a cheaper and quicker way for store refurbishments to be completed.


When the Waitrose store at Littlehampton closed last year, all of the equipment was passed around the estate and re-used in other shops around the country. As this store had been fitted with the Evac vacuum system, there was an amount of equipment too that could be re-used.


Following the closure, Waitrose upgraded their store at Mountsorrel where they were able to re-cycle the vacuum generation plant that had been used on the previous project.


Just another example of the flexibility and cost saving benefits of the Evac Vacuum Drainage System.


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