EHE Photo progress

A picture says a thousand words, and we have lots of them! Take a look at the stages of progress as our building enhancements are underway!

Beginning Stages

See the beginning of our refurbishment project as the walls come down, floors come up and the site is stripped back to begin the infrastructure enhancements.

 

Infrastructure work begins

Since the building was stripped back, our contractors are able to begin work on the building's infrastructure enhancements.

Building Developments

See the new walls being put in place, cabling being installed, electric and plumbing rerouted, plastering setting and more.

Work in progress

We can really see the new structure starting to take shape. From room designs to placement of doors and windows, tracking systems and tech-lighting, we can start to visualise how the end product will look.

Taking shape

The first coat of paint is down and work has begun on the new entrance way and canopy.

Nearly there

We're nearly there! We can really see the new structure starting to take shape. From room designs to placement of doors and windows, tracking systems and tech-lighting, we can start to visualise how the end product will look.

Completion is in sight

See the beginning of our refurbishment project as the walls come down, floors come up and the site is stripped back to begin the infrastructure enhancements.

Final Hurdle

With only a few days left until we open see the building coming into place just awaiting the flourishes and homely touches such as plants, paintings, curtains and lamps to give it the gentle and welcoming feeling we are proud to offer our patients and their families.

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