Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Greater Glasgow & Clyde NHS Nightingale Associates Category: Healthcare — Contractor: Brookfield Multiplex — Year of completion: 2015 Project Value: £842m Home / Projects / Healthcare / Queen Elizabeth University Hospital The £842m facility, formerly known as the South Glasgow University Hospital, is a significant health development which provides the city of Glasgow with a state-of-the-art acute care hospital facility, children’s hospital and laboratory. Dubbed a “super-hospital”, it replaces the Royal Hospital for Sick Kids at Yorkhill, the Southern General Hospital, the Western and Victoria infirmaries and the Mansionhouse Unit. Brookfield Multiplex is responsible for the design and construction of this vast project. The publicly funded development will give Glasgow one of the most advanced adult acute services hospitals in the UK and will be the biggest critical care complex in Scotland. It is the keystone facility within the Scottish Health Modernisation Strategy, which aims to lead the way in contemporary healthcare provision. WorkSpace has been contracted to supply and install Movatrack™ cubical and curtain tracking throughout the hospital, as well as a window shading package.