Inscape Interiors secures new washroom contracts

Inscape Interiors has secured several contracts to supply its bespoke joinery and commercial washroom to a host of high-profile construction projects.

The new contracts include washroom packages for a new Radisson hotel project at the former North Western Hall building in Liverpool, and for the new £150m Paterson Building at the Christie hospital in Manchester.

The project at the historic North Western Hotel next to Lime Street station will transform the Grade II listed 19th century building, most recently used as student accommodation, into a new hotel as part of the Radisson Red lifestyle brand.

The new Paterson Building, currently under construction at the Christie hospital, will provide a new world-class research facility bringing together scientists, doctors and nurses to accelerate progress for cancer patients. By 2030, it aims to lead the world in clinical trial recruitment that will support the development of new and kinder cancer therapies.

Inscape has also been appointed by Henry Boot Construction to provide washrooms as part of its landmark £42m Heart of the City redevelopment in Sheffield. The project is helping to regenerate a historic part of Sheffield city centre, making use of existing buildings to create a new 20,000 sq ft industrial food hall and 15,000 sq ft live entertainment venue. Around 70,000 sq ft of Grade A office space over seven floors is also being created.

The company has also been recruited by main contractor Galliford Try to deliver part of a major £24.9m investment at RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire. The project will create a new 181-bed accommodation building to be used by members of 12 Squadron, as well as aircraft hangars and a training building. Inscape will manufacture and fit out washroom facilities for part of the project.

Gary Wynne, managing director of Inscape Interiors, said: “We’re very proud to be working with some of the biggest names in construction on these important projects that span city centre regeneration, healthcare, leisure and defence. 

“While only a small part of the overall project, the environments we create are fundamental to public health and wellbeing and will help to make a difference for our clients and the people that use these prestigious buildings.”