Over the last few years, Perrott Painting have been engaged to complete both interior and exterior work at some of Perth’s largest hospitals. Perrott Painting painters are experienced in delicate environments and are, at all times, conscious of staff and patients and consistently strive to minimise disruption and inconvenience.
Perrott Painting are also proud members of the Institute of Hospital Engineering Australia, and have been for some time.
A complete repaint of the Medical Centre adjoining the main hospital. All interior common areas and the full exterior were repainted and an outstanding result was achieved. Following this, one of our painters spent 18 months on secondment to the Hospital undertaking jobs in all areas of the hospital as required.
This project had us working at the hospital multiple times as work was completed in stages. Our painters carried out interior repaints to the Mental Health Unit, staff room and locker area, the canteen, various administration areas and the repaint of 100 room doors throughout 4 wards in the hospital. We also completed an exterior repaint of the concrete walls of the building and, overall, it was a great freshen up for the building!
OPH engaged Perrott Painting to undertake repaints of their Maternity Ward, patients lounge and kitchen and the exterior of F Block. This job required work to be undertaken both during and outside of normal hours, at all times being sensitive to the patients, their families and the new arrivals!
The largest public and private hospital in Perth’s northern suburbs underwent some renovation in recent years and Perrott Painting were there working alongside many other trades to achieve the desired outcome. The interior of Wards A1 and A2 were completely repainted including walls, ceilings, doors and frames and skirtings.
L Block is a laboratory and training facility at the QEII Medical Centre. The University of WA uses this facility and is responsible for its maintenance, recently engaging Perrott Painting to repaint several locations in L Block. Given the building is under the management of 2 organisations, our painters needed to undertake 2 inductions before being allowed on site. Access to the various areas of L Block required careful scheduling with close and constant communication with the Building Manager to ensure smooth operation and minimal disruption.
Areas included cold storage facilities which needed to be shut down and emptied prior to us being granted access and bio-hazardous areas which required special care and attention. Due to the sensitive and hazardous nature of the site, our tradesmen had strict site safety procedures to adhere to for the duration of the project.