Royal London Hospital

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Project Background

The Royal London Hospital was founded in September 1740, originally known as The London Infirmary. The project was to expand and update the hospital by building 3 new hospital towers in the center of London, North Tower (10 floors), Central and South Towers (both 16 floors). The new Royal London Hospital is a state of the art healthcare facility, and is home to a range of specialist services.
Application of silicone sealant in interior areas of wards, hallways, toilets, sanitary areas, worktops, specialist high anti-bacterial areas.


  • S50 white – interior upvc window frames/cills, all toilet&sanitary units, all worktop desk areas inside the wards and hallways. 10mmx6mm fillet joints throughout.
  • S50 trans – used to vertically seal behind the stainless steal bed pan washers to the wall
  • Foreversafe  white– all utility rooms where higher level of anti-bacterial required – eg xray rooms, cardiology rooms etc. as well as the bedheads in each ward. 10mmx6mm fillet joints throughout.
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Project Start Date

April 2011

Project Completion Date

July 2011

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