Healthcare & Hospitals

Our canopies and shelters help to create a welcoming environment for patients and staff at any hospital or healthcare facility.

The versatility of our canopies means they are suitable for a number of uses at private or public health settings, from primary care to multidisciplinary practices. The wide variety of shapes and designs in our collection make them a good fit for spaces large and small, with materials to match the existing landscape or architecture.

Drop-off and pick-up point canopies are extremely useful and highly functional. They can be built to bespoke dimensions to safely accommodate vehicle height as well as ensure there is enough space for passengers and patients to safely get on board. Like entrance canopies, these types of shelter also act as a visual guide and focus point for visitors who are unsure of their way around the site.

A walkway canopy may also be a useful addition at a hospital or healthcare setting. As well as linking departments and buildings, they provide essential shelter and protection from the elements, keeping patients safe and comfortable. Designating part of the estate grounds as a quiet zone, or smoking and vaping area is made easier with the addition of a shelter.

As wall as standard products which can be supplied and installed from stock, our design and build teams can create a customised version or an entirely bespoke product for any site.

The same goes for our range of cycle shelters, which are extremely popular in healthcare and hospital settings, providing convenient parking for staff, patients and visitors. From a simple cycle shelter to an enhanced security cycle hub, every product provides visible and accessible parking, with stands and parking racks designed to maximise capacity.

And with decades of experience in the design, manufacture and installation of canopies for healthcare settings, Broxap always ensures safety comes first.

Case Studies

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Queen Elizabeth University Hospital

The Queen Elizabeth University Hospital (QEUH) is a 1,677-bed acute hospital located in Govan in the south-west of Glasgow...

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Northumbria Specialist Emergency Hospital

£75 million pounds has been invested by the NHS to erect this purpose built state of the art specialist emergency care hospital...

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Royal Derby Hospital, Derbyshire

curved cantilevered canopy was installed to provide much needed weather protection to arriving casualties...

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New South Glasgow Hospital

The New South Glasgow Hospitals Project is the largest design and construction project in Scotland with the construction of...

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Airedale Hospital, West Yorkshire

Working with Contractor Willmott Dixon, Broxap were asked to design a series of canopies that would be used by ambulances...

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Wexham Park Hospital, Berkshire

Working with Kier Construction – London, Broxap were asked to provide a 33 metre canopy at the new £49 million Emergency Department ...

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