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Bids sought for £22 million NHS unit

Bids are being invited for a £22 million intensive care unit at Kings College Hospital in South London.

The winning contractor will be required to build a critical care unit on top of the existing three storey building with the possibility of a helicopter landing bay to come later.

The project will include the construction of a structural steel frame surrounding the existing theatre block, the formation of storey height truss, roofing and cladding to form an external envelope.

Once the existing block is removed, the contractor will be required to complete a fit out of the new block.

It is possible that the trust will also require a helicopter deck and ancillary facilities on top of the ext door roof.

Project agent Sweett Group will manage the procurement.

Firms have until 22 February to express an interest. King’s hopes the contract will be let by August.

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