Content Coms helps Norstead celebrate its contribution to flagship NHS build – Content Communications
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A beautiful, hardback book which celebrates the contributions made by the many hundreds of men and women who have worked on a landmark NHS project has been produced by Content Coms.

Content Coms helps Norstead celebrate its contribution to flagship NHS build

A beautiful, hardback book which celebrates the contributions made by the many hundreds of men and women who have worked on a landmark NHS project has been produced by Content Coms.

Entitled We Built This Too, this publication is the second in a series of projects for Norstead – an M&E contractor owned by Metnor Group.

Norstead asked Content Coms to communicate its part in the redevelopment of Chase Farm Hospital in North London. The new hospital is a flagship project for the NHS – and was completed in as part an investment programme delivered in its 70th year. It will be at the forefront of pioneering new ways of working to deliver better, safer and more efficient care to the population it serves, through new and innovative technology.

Norstead is extremely proud to be part of the team that has brought this part of the NHS infrastructure into the 21st Century.

We Built This Too captures the story of the build project from its start to its finish in words and images*.

This book is the epitome of Content Coms’ style. It is written with passion and foresight. It is designed to perfection for us by our friend Mike Garlick. And it has been printed and finished to the highest specification by award-winning Wiltshire-based environmental printer Park Lane Press.

Joanna Watchman, MD at Content Coms says of the project: “Those who work on major build projects such as Chase Farm Hospital are often ‘anonymous’; however this beautiful publication makes their contribution a collective celebration and delivers a feeling of pride and recognition. I couldn’t be more proud of our part in creating this important record of a new stage in the NHS’s history. We are indebted to our superb design and print partners for helping us to pursue excellence on this project.

A third and fourth book in the We Built This series are in the pipeline.

*Project images were taken by Norstead’s project photographer Simon West.

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