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Project Update - Dyson Cancer Centre at Royal United Hospitals, Bath

OVERVIEW

We’re excited to get an update and a site visit at the new Dyson Cancer Centre at Royal United Hospitals, Bath. A great deal of the building-works is in full swing including works on the building façade which façade specialists, Regency Facades are carrying out.

Our VitraFix® VF1 rainscreen subframe systems are being installed onto the building for both the vertical wall and soffit areas (carrier rails, brackets and all fixings) which will provide the support for the cladding panels that are going up soon.

We’re also looking forward to seeing two panel types from our rainscreen cladding range: VitraDual®, which is a cladding panel made from aluminium and our natural-looking fibre cement cladding panel, Ceramapanel® – both products achieve A1 fire rating to BS EN 13501-1

It’s fantastic to have a project where there’s more than one panel type being used which adds extra detail and boosts the appearance of the façade. All of our products are non-combustible making them the obvious choice in any building project especially when safety is paramount to the hospital, patients and visitors.

The Dyson Centre is a world-class facility that will provide cutting-edge treatment for patients from across the region. We can’t wait to see it completed and we’ll be sure to update you with more photos and information as soon as we have them.

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