The £200 million redevelopment of Chase Farm Hospital in Enfield, which was a P21+ project, has been achieved in a timeframe unprecedented for a new hospital – going from the drawing board to opening in just four years.
The new hospital has a variety of out-patient services, including an urgent care centre and older person’s assessment unit, and it is also now the location for most of the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust’s planned surgery – including hip and knee replacements and general and gynaecological surgery. Chase Farm Hospital will now serve a population of 1.6 million for planned surgery, delivering more than 10,000 operations each year.
As part of the £200 million redevelopment CS supplied an extensive wall protection package, ensuring long term resilience from wear and tear caused by impact damage.
A range of different Acrovyn profiles were specified throughout the hospital, offering varying levels of performance to suit the needs of the area. Acrovyn colours were chosen to match the different ward colours and wayfinding scheme.
Overall, the specified Acrovyn Wall Protection package should ensure that Chase Farm Hospital can provide pioneering treatment for patients, without the worry of impact damage and high repair costs.