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ISG Jackson wins £6.6m hospital work

ISG Jackson has secured a £6.6 million project to upgrade and enhance perinatal facilities at Homerton University Hospital in Hackney, east London.

The scheme for client Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust will cover upgrading the hospital's existing delivery and neonatal facilities and construction of a two-storey extension to house a new delivery suite.

The refurbishment project wiil see ISG Jackson stripping out, altering and remodelling existing accommodation across the perinatal unit, which remains in operation throughout the 86 week project.

The new concrete-frame extension building will be linked to the hospital via two steel walkways and features under croft car parking and a large birthing pool, which will be relocated from the main building during an earlier works.

Work is set to start in late September with completion scheduled for spring 2010.