The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital has issued a public tender to find a developer lead for the £71m rebuild of its Stanmore site.
The OJEU tender says RNOH is looking for a partner to help secure “the design, build, financing, operation and maintenance of new healthcare facilities at the Trust’s existing hospital site at Stanmore”. The new healthcare facilities required by this contract notice are expected to have a floor area of approximately 15,000sqm, and will provide a range of services as part of the Trust’s PFI Project Redevelopment Programme.
It should include a new Inpatient Ward Block with space for 124 adult and children beds, and embedded therapies and clinical offices, an imaging department, a new main entrance and landscaped gardens, and restaurant and kitchen facilities. The total development cost is expected to be around £70m.
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