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University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust Urgent Treatment Centre

Refurbishment of the urgent treatment centre at the Royal Sussex County Hospital procured via the Scape Framework

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32 weeks
£2.85 m
340 sq m

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“This is a really positive development that will ease pressure on the hospital, leaving other departments free to treat the most serious cases, and is in line with the NHS Long Term Plan. Thanks to careful planning and partnership working, the A&E Department remained fully operational during the building works. We look forward to patients experiencing the improved environment that this new facility can offer. This is part of the Trust’s dedication to delivering the best possible care environments across all our hospitals.”
James Millar
Deputy Director of Capital Development and Property at University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust

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Chris Linfoot × Operations Director
Josh Armstrong × Regional Head of Framework Management
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Architect: Noviun Architects
Project Manager : Ward Williams Associates
Services Engineer: Van Zyl & de Villiers

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