Kier to deliver imaging centre at Royal Brompton Hospital

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Imaging centre, Kier, Royal Brompton Hospital

Kier has been appointed by Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust to deliver the new 3,417m² imaging centre at Royal Brompton Hospital

The brand-new imaging centre has been secured through the ProCure22 (P22) framework and will provide state-of-the-art diagnostic facilities for patients and enable the delivery of a number of innovative treatments, including interventional bronchoscopy.

The imaging centre will comprise across four-storeys. The two lower levels will be underground and have essential plant and services for the building and MRI scanners. The ground and first floors will have a range of facilities, including; echocardiography, transoesophageal echocardiogram, CT scanners and clinical support accommodation.

The first floor will also have a bridge link between the imaging centre and Sydney and Chelsea Wings, allowing in-patient and staff to move between buildings and clinical departments through a convenient, secure route.

The project is due to complete in summer 2021.

Cliff Thomas, managing director at Kier Regional Building London, commented: “This latest win is significant for Kier Regional Building London and we look forward to bringing our expertise in the healthcare sector to this project.

“We are very excited to continue working in partnership with Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust to deliver this project. Working with the Trust we will build a facility that will serve the patients for years to come.”

This appointment builds on the expertise Kier has in the sector. Earlier this year it was appointed to deliver the £98m transformation programme at Heatherwood Hospital, delivering a new 11,500m² hospital in the south of England.

The new hospital will specialise in planned, non-emergency procedures, offering state-of-the-art outpatients and diagnostics facilities for cardiology, radiology, lithotripsy, children’s clinic, physiotherapy and orthodontics.

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