The Wolfin membrane system was installed on the critical areas of the Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney as part of a major redevelopment project initiated by the NSW Government.

One of Sydney’s oldest and most respected hospitals, Royal North Shore provides world-class research and also imparts education to health professionals of the future. The NSW Government is investing $1.1 billion into the redevelopment of the hospital to respond to the needs of an ageing population by creating dynamic, contemporary facilities to support high standards of healthcare.

The Wolfin membrane system was specified for the new Acute Services Building to carry out the waterproofing works, which represented a very significant stage of the redevelopment project.

The Wolfin GWSK waterproofing system has been installed in various critical areas of the Royal North Shore Hospital including over the electrical and plant areas on the Emergency and main Ambulance Driveway. The Wolfin GWSK self-adhesive membrane was installed prior to the application of three layers of asphalt. Additionally, the garden beds were waterproofed using the Wolfin membrane system (FLL–System Test-Certified Root Proof).

Projex Group supplied over 3,500 square metres of Wolfin membrane systems for the hospital project.

Wolfin waterproofing membranes have been applied on many hospitals in Australia over the years to protect areas such as roof decks, plant rooms, podium decks, terraces and tunnels among others. Sydney installations include St. George Private Hospital, Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney Children’s Hospital, Royal Hospital for Women, Liverpool Hospital and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.

The Wolfin membrane system is supplied in Australia by Projex Group .