The Peterborough City Hospital is the largest building project in the City since the Cathedral was built over 800 years ago and is the final part in the £335million Greater Peterborough Health Investment Plan. DigiGlass were subcontracted by TDSL to design and install over 400sq/m of their printed window film to internal glass partitions, doors and windows. TDSL’s Project Director, Guch Roopra commented, “We contracted the work out to DigiGlass on the back of their past experience and reputation and have been delighted with their quality and professionalism. The detail really contributes to the overall Peterborough City Hospital development and we look forward to working with them again in the future.”
The internal manifestation film was primarily installed to ensure glass areas comply with relevant health and safety legislation but a frosted glass effect was also used on internal window film to create privacy screening throughout the hospital. Dave Macdonald, Managing Director of DigiGlass commented, “The Peterborough City Hospital was a big project and it was great to work alongside TDSL during the installation of the window film. The Hospital is a magnificent development and one that we are very pleased to have been involved with.”
A gallery of the Peterborough City Hospital window film installation can be found in the showcase section of the DigiGlass website at www.digiglass.com.