Broxap have rejuvenated the entrance of a new inpatient facility at a hospital in Lancashire with their planters, external seating, a walkway and vehicle access bollards.
In 2015, the mental health unit at Chorley & South Ribble Hospital was transferred to a dedicated site in Blackpool.
Due to increased needs, 2018 saw the decision to also re-develop the former site; this was in order to provide a new mental health inpatient service.
This project included:
• Root fixed, mild steel “Swansea” bollards, galvanised to BS EN ISO 1461:2009, with an RAL 7012 Basalt Grey powder coat.
• “Roslin” steel framed timber seats, with frames in Basalt Grey, and hardwood Iroko slats treated with translucent water borne wood stain.
Broxap also created two styles of bespoke timber planters based on the circular Paisley Planter, one in an arc shape sitting flush against the wall, two in long ovals lining the path to the entrance.
Finally, Broxap’s Design & Build division created a bespoke canopy to complete this streamlined walkway.
This canopy features heat-soaked, toughened, laminated glass set in a galvanised, Basalt Grey frame.
To avoid issues raised by a flat roof, they also included an aluminium gutter system which discharges at ground level.
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