The Royal Free Hospital wires up for refurbishment
Newlon Housing Trust, a London-based housing association, has been working with the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead to refurbish and build new accommodation for the hospital staff and is using Click Scolmore’s Mode accessory range of wiring accessories to ensure high quality provision and ease of use.
Click Scolmore’s products were specified and installed by electrical contractor, Regent Electrics Ltd, as part of the reburbishment of the 1960’s Anne Bryan’s House. The refurbishment, which is due to be completed this year, will provide housing for 180 hospital employees.
Click Scolmore’s Mode accessories work well in refurbished buildings like the Anne Bryan’s House as they allow installers and designers exceptional flexibility in dedicated wiring solutions. In addition, the smooth, modern lines of the Mode accessory light plates fit easily into traditional and contemporary designs alike, which is what makes Click Scolmore’s Mode accessories so ideal for refurbishing projects.
Boyd Goulden of Regent Electrics: “We have been specifying from Click Scolmore’s wiring accessories collections for more than four years now, across a whole range of major contracts. We are consistently impressed with the service we receive and the competitive costs the ranges offer. It was the adaptability, ease of use and the aesthetically pleasing finishes of the Mode range that met the needs of the Anne Bryan’s House refurbishment project.”
All Click Scolmore electrical and lighting products are manufactured to the highest quality levels in the industry and comply with all relevant British and European standards, providing an innovative range to meet the needs of both commercial and domestic markets.