Skanska has signed a contract with Great Ormond Street Hospital to build the Zayed Centre for Research into Rare Disease in Children in London, UK.
This is the third phase of redevelopment for the world-renowned medical facility. It will support the hospital's vision of driving forward new treatments and cures for children with rare diseases. Skanska will be responsible for the design, construction and mechanical and electrical fit-out of the facility, which will operate as a partnership between Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust, University College London and Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.
RJ Sheen have been awarded the masonry package on this project and are looking forward to working in partnership with Skanska on yet another prestigious facilitiy for The NHS Service Trust
RJ Sheen are please to announce that we have received fanatastic feedback from Skanska for our on site performance on GOSH project, topping the HSE&Q Table
Well done from me.
I think this shows that the hard work being put in on the external facade is recognised, and at the same time is being treated with the upmost importance in terms of safety and quality, which can sometimes be lost when the pressure is on. The RJ Sheen team genuinely care about the project and their work. We all know it’s a tough job, but with continued support and the drive shown so far, Skanska and RJ Sheen will achieve the goal.
Please pass on my thanks to the rest of the team.
Project Manager / Lifting AP
Skanska UK – Building - Central & Regions
GOSH ZCR Project Office
Hook House, Frontage Building
Great Ormond Street
Additionally, the Monetary Prize for Skanka's Top Contractor - £250.00 has been donated to GOSH by Our project Manager Leslie Jarvis on behalf of the RJS team on the project:
Thank you so much for raising £250.00 through your fundraising. Your kind donation will help Great Ormond Street Hospital give seriously ill children the best chance to fulfil their potential.
Every day brings new challenges at GOSH. Every day, 618 children from across the UK arrive for life-changing treatments. Every day, young lives hang in the balance as patients, families and staff battle the most complex illnesses.
This extraordinary hospital depends on the support of people like you to help fund:
· wards and medical facilities designed around children, which let the hospital treat more patients
· pioneering research to find treatments and cures for complex childhood illnesses
· advanced equipment to treat the toughest conditions
· support services that help make life in hospital as normal as possible for young patients and their families
On behalf of the children, families and staff at GOSH, thank you.
Head of Community Fundraising
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