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Great Ormond Street Hospital seeks contractors £150m for redevelopment framework

Great Ormond Street Hospital is looking to appoint a design team and contractor for a £150m redevelopment framework.

GOSH NHS Foundation Trust is looking to invite between three and six bidders to tender for the framework.

Successful bidders will be selected based on their design concept for the redevelopments.

The design team and contractor will deliver phase four of the trust’s redevelopment programme, including a new 23,000 sq m building, additional clinical space and improving access around the campus.

Successful candidates will be announced in May 2017. Work on site is expected to start in early 2019 and run through to 2022.

The Royal Institute of British Architects is assisting with the procurement process.

This is the last phase of the GOSH’s redevelopment programme to rebuild two-thirds of the hospital over a 20-year period.

Construction News revealed in June that Skanska had replaced Bouygues on the £65m Zayed Centre for Research project. Bouygues walked away in February after failing to agree terms with the client.

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