The construction of the new Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge, has been completed after the installation of non-combustible insulation.

Through adding the non-combustible insulation a delay to the project was resolved. Construction began in 2015 but fears over fire safety created issues, which have now been resolved after changing suppliers to SuperFOIL.

The company provided 5,500m² of its non-combustible SFNC insulation after being contacted in 2018. The company provides high-performance multi-foil insulation and is the only insulation of its kind to be certified by BRE as European Class A1 Non-Combustible.

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