Wolseley, the specialist merchant, has made the most of its nationwide team to provide timely supplies and essential services to every single one of the Nightingale projects across the UK, helping the NHS to increase its capacity.
West Bromwich acting quickly to supply urgent products with a 24-hour turnaround to the temporary NHS Nightingale Hospital at Birmingham's NEC, where up to 4,000 beds have been made available.
Supplying products for London's ExCel Centre, providing services which have been crucial in helping the hospital to get up and running, ready for its first patients.
Cambridge pulling out all the stops to support the refurbishment of an old disused ward at the Goodmayes Hospital project site in Ilford, so that it could be re-opened for Covid-19 patients.
Govan and Glasgow, and the William Wilson team in Cumbernauld, showing their knowledge of plumbing, heating, pumps, drainage and MDPE to facilitate necessary items for the NHS Louisa Jordan.
Supporting the supply of critical equipment for the Harrogate Nightingale site by same-day collections and deliveries, offering a 24/7 call out service, driving across the North to collect goods and managing to complete every request on time.
Simon Oakland, CEO for Wolseley UK – which is a member of the Builders Merchants Federation – said: “We are incredibly proud of how colleagues across Wolseley have responded and pulled together to help keep the UK operating.”