Redevelopment Programme at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children

We are pleased to announce the launch of a Competitive Dialogue process on behalf of Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (GOSH) that is seeking to select a multi-disciplinary design team with prime contractor for the fourth phase of its ongoing site redevelopment programme.

Category Project Competition
Type International, Project/PQQ, Restricted, Two-Stage, Onymous
Genre Medical-Facility
Country London, UK
Registration Deadline 7 October 2016 GoogleCal iCal
Submission Deadline 7 October 2016
Eligibility Candidates’ multi- disciplinary design teams should consist of an architect, other designers, healthcare architects and/or healthcare planners.

Description
RIBA Competitions is pleased to announce the launch of a Competitive Dialogue process on behalf of Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (GOSH) that is seeking to select a multi-disciplinary design team with prime contractor for the fourth phase of its ongoing site redevelopment programme.
Phase 4 will replace outdated facilities on part of the Hospital’s central London site, supporting its clinical teams in delivering world class paediatric care and research activities. The building will become the new ‘front door’ for the organisation and an architectural expression of its guiding principle: The Child First and Always. The client vision for the development was shaped by a comprehensive review of the GOSH masterplan and engagement with GOSH staff, patients and families. GOSH is one of the world’s leading children’s hospitals with the broadest range of dedicated, children’s healthcare specialists under one roof in the UK. The hospital sees more than 268,000 patients every year from across the UK and around the world.

Jury
Not yet announced

Prize
Designe Commission

Entry Fee
None

Timetable
Short-listed Participants notified: 24 – 28 October 2016
Public announcement of result: May 2017

Organizer
Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust

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