What went into building London’s Nightingale Hospital

Coordinating deliveries at NHS Nightingale


In these troubling times it has been truly inspirational to witness the efforts of organisations throughout the construction and security sectors in building the NHS Nightingale Hospital at ExCeL London. As an integral part of this massive collaborative feat, Wilson James used its security and logistics expertise to help create a facility that will treat those seriously ill with coronavirus.

We are living through an extraordinary period in our history – something that is exemplified in the creation of NHS Nightingale. Arguably the UK’s most ambitious medical project, it is now one of the world’s largest critical care units for treating patients with coronavirus. NHS Nightingale will be able to hold as many as 4,000 patients across 80 wards and is the first of several such facilities planned across the UK.

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