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Elliott Off-Site lands £20m health and education deals

Elliott Off-Site Building Solutions has won school and health projects worth more than £20 million.

It has been appointed to build a four-storey ward and theatre at King’s College Hospital in London.

The design and build contract will be carried out using Elliot’s Progression modular system with a construction programme of 24 weeks

The firm is providing a full turnkey solution that includes working with partner Howorth, the air management and operating equipment manufacturer, on the theatre design and fitout.

Elliott Off-Site Building Solutions sector leader for healthcare Ben Pemberton said: “We will shortly begin work on the Infill 4 project at King’s College Hospital.

“We have used our modular system on many other healthcare developments and are confident of delivering a successful project outcome.”

King’s College Hospital is a local acute care facility and major trauma centre for the South-east, in the London borough of Lambeth.

Meanwhile, Elliott has been chosen by Brent Council for its Primary Schools Expansion Programme Phase 1, with a cumulative value of about £10.5m.

The works include the new build, extensions, refurbishment and remodelling of Barham, Fryent and Mitchell Brook Primary Schools.

Work will be completed in July 2013, ready for the new September term.

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