• First phase of hospital remodelling project complete

    23 November 2011

    The first phase of a major extension and refurbishment project at Singapore’s National University Hospital, designed by Broadway Malyan, has been completed. The initial phase, delivered as part of the practice’s wider master remodelling plan of the hospital set to be complete by 2014, has resulted in a remodelled east wing and creation of a new hospital entrance and courtyard, with a new façade and striking red canopy, adjacent to the new Kent Ridge MRT station.

    The project, which was delivered while the Hospital remained fully operational, has also enabled the remodelling of the Hospital’s main building and construction of a new home for the National University Heart Centre, Singapore, three new operating theatres, a one-stop Hand and Reconstructive Microsurgery Centre and specialist out-patient clinics.

    “Successful delivery of this highly sustainable and complex scheme has depended on close partnering with the client and the diverse skills, expertise and experience of our global expert healthcare design team, evidence of our growing reputation as a leading designer of major healthcare projects in the Asia region,” stated Ian Simpson, Director, Broadway Malyan.

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