Fascia/Soffit Hidden Gutter System for Hospital
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The new £5m cancer treatment centre, delivered by Interserve, has opened at Royal Shrewsbury hospital. The Lingen Davies Cancer Centre has been funded by charities, with Lingen Davies providing £3.2m, the Shropshire Blood Trust Fund more than £1m and Head and Neck charities raising £550,000. The Royal Shrewsbury Hospital’s League of Friends also came up with £300,000 to help fund the building work.
Julia Clarke, chair of the centre development project board, said: “It has been a terrific team effort to get us this far and we must thank everyone who has worked on this project to deliver us, on time, a building that we can all be very proud of.”
Using a fascia/soffit hidden gutter system enables architects to achieve the rainwater disposal performance that their project requires without compromised appearance. Both modern and traditional buildings benefit from Bailey Eaves Systems aluminium rainwater systems. Bailey Eaves Systems flush fit, industrial and security gutters and downpipes, together with its internal and integrated rainwater and fascia system combine to achieve exactly what a project requires.