Dorma fits-out PFI hospital


Posted on April 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Door hardware from Dorma Door Controls has been installed throughout the Hairmyres Hospital ­ the first major Public Finance Initiative (PFI) healthcare project in Scotland. The new hospital is now complete, providing 364 in-patient beds and 52 daybeds and serves a population of 200,000 people in the Scottish towns of Hamilton and East Kilbride. Dorma products are used throughout the building, including 16 Dorma automatic doors. These comprise two ES9O sliding door operators, nine ED2OOi inhead swing door operators, three ED2OO surface mounted swing door operators and two RST space-saving automatic doors. Dorma¹s Ian Stevenson liaised with the construction team throughout the specification and installation phases. “We¹re proud to think that Dorma products were chosen for such a high quality, high profile project,” said Mr Stevenson. “The client clearly felt that we could offer the best balance of quality, performance and value-for-money.” Built under a design and build contract by Kier Build for HDGH Ltd,





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