National Treatment Centre



Main Contractor:

Balfour Beatty



Our recent collaboration with Balfour Beatty for the NHS on the National Treatment Centre project in Inverness marked a significant milestone. The project was successfully completed in October last year and garnered lots of media attention, with Humza Yousaf officially opening it.

The roof consists of a twin skin built up system comprising of 0.7mm thick steel liner sheet, bar, bracket and halter spacer system, insulation wool and a painted aluminium standing seam top sheet including all necessary flashings, gutters and various roof penetrations.

The wall cladding consisted of a 175mm thick rockwool core Eurobond firemaster panel fixed to SFS framework.

The wall cladding construction consisted of the following elements – vertical and horizontal tophat support steelwork was installed to the front face of the Rainscreen Cladding panel followed by the finished powder coated aluminium rainscreen cladding panels of various sizes and colours including all relevant perimeter and flashing details along with rainwater goods and downpipes.