AGGREGATE Industries has responded to the Scottish Government’s call for construction support on critical work by donating materials to the new temporary emergency field hospital in Glasgow.
The firm is now supplying the full concrete specification for NHS Louisa Jordan free of charge. The hospital at the SEC in Glasgow will have the capacity for 1000 patients, and is being built by over 400 contractors.
Ian Waddell, regional director of Aggregate Industries Scotland, commented, “As a business, we feel a huge appreciation for the NHS and the extraordinary work that its staff and other key workers continue to do in helping keep the nation running during this unprecedented time.
“We are therefore very proud to be able to donate concrete to the new temporary NHS Louisa Jordan hospital in Glasgow.
“Our hope is that by each playing our part in whatever way we can, whether through providing construction materials and support and expertise in the many communities we operate in, we can help make a difference at this uncertain time.”