Hospitals are increasingly looking to create attractive, welcoming environments for patients and flooring plays a major role in any such scheme. In addition, infection control requirements mean ward area flooring needs to be easy clean, non slip and antibacterial. 

Our teams are well versed in the varying requirements of hospital and healthcare facilities, and work in partnership with the hospital trust and chosen Principle Contractors to deliver on brief and budget. We have carried out subfloor preparation and installation of floor finishes on some of the biggest healthcare projects in the UK including:

Norfolk & Nantwich University Hospital – 75,000m2 – £3.50m

Worcestershire Royal Hospital – 30,000m2 – £1.9m

King’s College Hospital – 17,000m2 – £1.0m

Dudley Hospital  – 22,000m2 – £3.50m

University Hospital Coventry Hospital, Walsgrave – 90,000m2 – £4.80m

Royal Derby Hospital – 120,000m2 – £7.25m

Queen’s Hospital, Romford – 88,000m2 – £6.0m

Mansfield Community Hospital – 55,000m2 – £4.0m

Nuffield Health North Staffordshire Hospital
Part of the £400m development of North Staffordshire Hospital, at the time, one of the largest PFI projects for healthcare improvement in the UK. Axiom Group world with main contractor Laing O’Rourke Construction to install 66,000sqm of new vinyl flooring over four distinct phases at the hospital site, and a further 6,000sqm at retained estates over seven phases. Axiom Group won Recofloor Construction Project of the Year for recovering more than 37.5 tonnes of off-cuts from the development as part of the Recofloor Vinyl Take Back (recycling) Scheme.

University College Hospital – 18,000m2 – £850,000

St Bartholomew’s Hospital (Barts) – 65,000m2 – £5.0m

Alder Hay Hospital, Liverpool – 65,000m2 – £3.50m

Royal Liverpool Hospital – 77,000m2 – £5.0m

Francis Crick Institute – New state of the art research facility in London – 40,000m2 – £4.30m