Hospital Building Award
Since 1997, the NHS has seen a huge investment in its fabric - the biggest hospital building programme in its history. This award will be made to the new hospital building project that raises the standard of the healthcare environment and demonstrates value for money and project management excellence.
2016 Winner: Guy's & St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust — Cancer Treatment Centre
The culmination of more than 10 years of planning, the new 14-storey Cancer Centre brings the majority of Guy’s and St Thomas’ cancer treatment and research under one roof. Six linear accelerators will be the first radiotherapy machines in Europe to treat patients above ground level, which aims to help patients feel more comfortable in natural light and air. It is targeted to achieve BREEAM Healthcare Excellence Rating.
Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust - Seamoor Chemotherapy Unit
University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust - Queen's Building development
NHS Merton Clinical Commissioning Group - Nelson Health Centre
East and North Hertfordshire NHS - New QEII hospital
2015 Winner: Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust - Cramlington Hospital
Touted as the first hospital of its kind in the country, the winning project has already been recognised at a national level by the medical director of NHS England when he described it as a 'glimpse of the future'. The result of 10 years work led by clinical teams, the building is specifically dedicated to emergency care.
University Hospital Bristol NHS Foundation Trust
Royal United Hospital Bath NHS Foundation Trust
Alder Hey Childrens' NHS Foundation Trust