The purpose-built centre is due to open next year and will provide a home for wounded soldiers.
Aspex will be supplying more than 1,000 Integra Postformed doorsets, which are wrapped in an anti-bacterial high impact PVC protection sheet, to provide a durable option that prevents the spread of germs.
The PVC includes an additive that incorporates an active formula that prevents bacteria surviving on contact with the surface.
Cleaning of the PVC will not affect its performance and the use of the Postformed doorsets will help to reduce the spread of hospital-acquired infections in a healthcare environment.
Ashley Burberry, Managing Director of Aspex UK, said: “We are hugely honoured to be a part of such a wonderful project and to be supplying our Integra Postformed doorsets with a white door leaf with a light grey door frame.
“We’re excited to be a part of the DNRC project and making a difference where it really counts.”
The first 350 doorsets were supplied this summer and the remaining doorsets will be delivered up to the end of this year.