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NG Bailey wins Great Ormond Street Hospital project

NG Bailey has been appointed by BAM Construction to deliver all mechanical, electrical and information communication technology (ICT) services for Great Ormond Street Hospital’s new clinical building.
NG Bailey wins Great Ormond Street Hospital project
The contract, worth £37.5M to NG Bailey, will see the company install and commission all the m&e services, working alongside its specialist off-site division, Bailey Off-Site, to manufacture 110 pre-fabricated corridor modules and electrical risers.

The company's specialist ICT arm has also been assigned to provide the structured cabling for the building.

'This is a substantial project for us and is in fact one of the largest healthcare projects we've contracted in London,' said Tim Cunningham, operations director for NG Bailey in London.

'Great Ormond Street Hospital is a world renowned institution. The project involves various elements of NG Bailey, demonstrating our breadth of capability in the building services arena.'

The company is already engaged in the pre-commencement phase and will start delivering the work in February 2010, with a completion date due for November 2011.

'We have a proven track record in delivering project work in the healthcare sphere and that, coupled with our size and stability in the marketplace, stood us in good stead for the win,' added Mark Andrews, NG Bailey's chief executive.

picture Llewelyn Davies Yeang
17 April 2009


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