Anshen + Allen Associates, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and Laing O’Rourke Construction are the winning team in the competition to design a new Cancer Treatment Centre for Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.
The other teams on the shortlist were:
- Woods Bagot Ltd/BDP/Brookfield Construction (UK) Ltd
- Make Ltd/Mace Ltd/Buro Happold
- Allies and Morrison/Devereux Architects/Kier Regional Ltd
- Hopkins Architects Partnership LLP/Skanska Construction UK Ltd /
- Grimshaw/Jonathan Bailey Associates/Bovis Lend Lease
|Category||Project Competition / Competition Result|
|Type||International, Project, Open, Two-Stage, Onymous|
|RegDeadline||25 March 2010 GoogleCal iCal|
|25 March 2010 (Must be Received)|
|Eligibility||Contractor led design team|
Expressions of interest are invited from contractor led design teams for the design of a new Cancer Treatment Centre for Guy’s & St Thomas’s Hospital. The approximate budget is £90m. This is made up of Construction Cost, Design Fees, Planning Contingency, and Inflationary Uplift.
The client, Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust (the Trust), is committed to providing a world class Cancer Treatment service and therefore wishes to build a world class facility to reflect the quality of care it provides. The building will be required to lift the spirits for those who use it and achieve the highest standards of sustainability. The successful team will recognise the need to strike a balance that considers cost, long-term value and architecture. The winning consortium needs to display the ability to work together as a team, and with the client and other key stakeholders to generate an outstanding vision and to see the vision through to completion on site.
The aim of the competition is for the client to select a preferred bidder (a consortium of main contractor and architect-led design team) on design, value and capital cost.
Trust Senior Management and Clinical Staff plus RIBA Architectural Advisers for this competition Simon Allford, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris and Spencer de Grey, Senior Partner at Foster and Partners
An equal honorarium of £20,000 (plus VAT) will be paid to each shortlisted team invited to develop design proposals.
- 20 page Expression of Interest (EoI) document
- Completed PQQs
Selection of Longlist : 15th/16th April
Interim Interviews with Longlisted Teams : 27th & 28th April
Shortlist Notified, Brief Issued : w/c 3rd May
Submission of Designs : 1st July
Final Judging / Interviews : 30th July
Result, preferred team identified : mid August
RIBA and Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust