30 January 2020
Waterloo Air Products has provided a range of air terminal devices as part of the the £170 million redevelopment of Glan Clwyd Hospital in North Wales.
Delivered by main contractor Laing O’Rourke, the seven-year project to redevelop the main hospital site in Bodelwyddan has seen the creation of a new emergency department, 11 new theatres, two new recovery areas, a new critical care unit, refurbished areas in radiology and a new dental services facility. In collaboration with M&E contractor Crownhouse Technologies, Waterloo has provided over 600 of its air distribution products.
These included louvre face diffusers, vane swirl diffusers and large format fixed blade louvres, along with exhaust valves for washroom facilities.
Waterloo Sales Director Andy Wardle said: “Creating a safe and comfortable indoor climate in a hospital environment is absolutely paramount. The careful selection and specification of air distribution products plays a huge role in ensuring the comfort of patients whilst controlling contaminants, odour and indoor air pollution. Our products are designed to meet such requirements and have helped play a key role in creating and maintaining ventilation effectiveness and indoor air quality in this vital community health facility.”