North Shore Hospital, Building 5 was constructed in the 1960’s to accommodate staff. Today’s demands call for a building catering more toward clinical services which meant the building needed a complete make over.
The original structure was one of inadequately filled concrete masonry and reinforced exterior cladding with a hollow clay block used as formwork for the 70mm concrete floors. The Bettabuilt team worked with the main contractor to bring the structure up to meet current building code requirements.
The team took the building back to base structure, replaced the windows, added a lift and fitted out the building to a high tech clinical services standard.
North Shore Hospital
Waitemata District Health Board
Padfield Building Sensory Unit
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