The £320 million redevelopment project to the existing Kings Mill acute facility has enabled the creation of a single hospital comprising 28 new wards. The hospital includes a new state-of-the-art Diagnostic and Treatment Centre, a new Emergency Care Centre, a new dedicated Women’s and Children’s Centre and an extensive Education and Training Centre, the new […]

The new Musselburgh Primary Care Centre provides state of the art care for the people of Musselburgh. This key objective behind this ‘inclusive’ design was that it should be accessible to all users and.   The central atrium of the facility is covered by a Texlon® ETFE cladding system ensures that natural daylight floods the […]

The ‘AV Hill’ building at Manchester University is used by over 50 research groups from Faculties of Life Sciences and Medical & Human Sciences. 300 scientists conduct research predominately on immunology and neuroscience. The ‘biomedical corridor’ connects the Core Technology Facility, Michael Smith and Stopford Buildings was designed to achieve a BREEAM ‘very good’ and […]

  Chelsea and Westminster Hospital is one of the largest hospitals in Britain with a 665 bed capacity and over 70 departments and teaching facilities. This is the oldest Texlon® ETFE project in the United Kingdom and played a crucial role in Texlon® ETFE being accepted as a conventional building material around the world. It […]