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Mace picked for 'world-class' UCLH centre

Mace has been picked by UCLH for a £50m centre that will co-locate multiple ear, nose, throat and dental services.

The centre, which is expected to open in 2019, will be located on Huntley Street and has been co-designed with patients and staff.

Mace has previously worked with UCLH on the redesign of its A&E department.

The building navigation has been planned so that the zones reflect how patients are treated, and there will be a floor specifically for the care and treatment of children.

UCLH chief executive Sir Robert Naylor said: “Fifteen years ago we had a vision to develop a world-leading hospital and university campus and this new clinical facility is another major step forward. I am absolutely delighted that this new building will be matching the internationally renowned clinical excellence of the EDH and RNTNEH with a world class building to further facilitate improvements in care.”

Mace director for public sector construction Terry Spraggett said: “I’m delighted that Mace has been appointed by UCLH as main contractor on this significant and complex hospital project, which is challenging both in terms of the construction and logistics of the site.

“Mace has a strong track record of delivering complex healthcare projects across the UK to an exceptionally high quality. We look forward to bringing our experience to this project and helping UCLH realise its vision to deliver better treatment and care for patients.”

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