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Expansion of London children’s hospital getting developed with Bouygues partnership

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The development arm of Bouygues UK, Known as Linkcity is allocated to play development partner role in expansion of the Evelina London children’s hospital. The arm accomplishes the £250m development of a shell and core building on the St Thomas’ campus. The ‘Triangle’ site is located on the opposite side of the Thames and towards parliament.

The hospital offers facilities such as surgical theatres and imaging suites. They would be helpful for children and young people from across south east England and south London. It also enables healthcare along with research and teaching facilities. The expansion of Evelina London Children’s Hospital will provide increased capacity.

London Borough, Lambeth will have handful opportunities in employment for its residents. Also, Lambeth Palace Road will have improved plans for public development.  The project will create advancement of innovation in treatments and technologies. This is the focus and functionality of the Trust’s long-term vision.

Linkcity combines engineers with Aecom and Ramboll, architects Hawkins Brown, and planning consultants Montagu Evans. Also, there’s involvement of architects NBBJ and engineers Mott MacDonald with the project.

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