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Barts and the London hospitals

  • Royal London Hospital in east London
    - Royal London Hospital in east London
  • Light and spacious main reception area of the Royal London Hospital
    - Light and spacious main reception area of the Royal London Hospital
  • St Bartholomew’s Hospital is in a central London conservation area
    - St Bartholomew’s Hospital is in a central London conservation area
  • The full height atrium within St Bartholomew’s Hospital
    - The full height atrium within St Bartholomew’s Hospital
  • Waste management provided as part of our facilities services contract with the Barts Health NHS Trust
    - Waste management provided as part of our facilities services contract with the Barts Health NHS Trust
  • Patients welcoming a new arrival at the Royal London Hospital
    - Patients welcoming a new arrival at the Royal London Hospital
  • Clinicians working with the latest equipment at St Bartholomew’s Hospital
    - Clinicians working with the latest equipment at St Bartholomew’s Hospital
  • Royal London hospital helipad
    - Royal London hospital helipad
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Helping shape the future of two world-class hospitals

We redeveloped two hospitals for the Barts Health NHS Trust. This enables those organisations to provide facilities that meet the short and long-term needs of patients and clinicians.

One of our largest-ever projects, carried out through a private finance initiative, we part-funded the scheme and rebuilt and refurbished both hospitals. We will provide estates and other facilities management services, across the 270,000sqm sites until at least 2048.

St Bartholomew’s Hospital

The trust has consolidated previously widespread hospital operations in a single, purpose-built location.

Barts is a cardiac and cancer centre of excellence for London, providing 290 beds, supported by over 2,200 staff.

Built in a conservation area, on a site that has been home to a medical facility for some 900 years, it has been transformed into a state-of-the-art hospital, serving people in the capital and beyond.

The hospital remained fully operational throughout its transformation.

Royal London Hospital

The Royal London is the principal trauma care centre for the city and the home base for London's Air Ambulance service. It is home to the largest renal care unit in Europe and the city’s second-largest paediatric specialist unit.

The hospital, in east London, has 746 bed spaces, a specialist women and children's centre, and an accident and emergency treatment facility.

Skanska divested its financial interest in Barts and the London hospitals in 2015.

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