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North London PFI hospital gets financial close

A team featuring French contractor Bouygues has reached financial close on the £118 million North Middlesex University Hospital PFI project.

The Bynorth team - which also includes Ecovert FM - will replace the older part of the hospital’s existing estate.

This will include an emergency care centre, an acute and critical care centre and a diagnostic and treatement centre.

Jonathan Wilson, a consultant, from Faithful+Gould, which helped Bynorth get to close, said: “The project is a significant improvement to the provision of health care services in North Middlesex. The new facility, which is to be built on the existing site, will replace a fragmented existing estate which is generally in poor condition.

“The construction logistics are complex as the existing hospital is required to be maintained in an operational condition healthcare services and availability of car parking and public transport links during the construction period."