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Facts & Figures

  • The new Stobhill covers a floor-space of approximately 30,000 m2, the equivalent of four average-sized football pitches.
  • 1,600 tonnes of steel and 6500 m3 of concrete were needed to build the New Stobhill Hospital.
  • The hospital has 1,400 doors and more than 550 windows.
  • Laid out together, the hospital’s internal partitions would stretch for six miles – which is greater than the distance between Bishopbriggs and Glasgow city centre.
  • A total of 174,165 facing bricks were required for the exterior of the hospital.
  • A total of 1,250,000 man hours went into constructing the hospital.
  • 3,500 crates of equipment were brought into the hospital during the six-week equipping phase.