Queen Sofia Hospital shows its face again 


IT has only taken five years and €2.2 million, but the fencing around Murcia’s Queen Sofia Hospital has finally been removed. 

It was back in 2014 that the city council ordered fencing be put up when stone tiles started slipping, with several crashing into the street below. 

Since then, workers have checked and where necessary replaced each of the 25,000 tiles one by one. The cost of the operation has been borne by the builders – Ferrovial and FCC – as experts concluded the tiles were loose due to construction faults. A judge confirmed that the constructors were liable. 

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