Vinci starts £63m private hospital job
Vinci’s building arm has started construction of the £63m Spire hospital project in Manchester.
The new hospital will be built in West Didsbury on the Siemens campus and replace Spire’s existing facility in Whalley Range in the city.
The enabling works contract will run for 29 weeks before main building work starts in September with completion scheduled for early 2017.
Parsons Brinckerhoff is acting as M&E consultant on the four-storey hospital, which will be a flagship hospital for the private hospital group.
Spire Manchester’s new hospital will be equipped to undertake a range of services, including highly complex surgery and medicine through a large and fully functioning Intensive Therapy Unit, together with advanced diagnostic and imagery equipment.
The hospital will also have hydrotherapy, a hybrid theatre and a 150 seat education centre.
Aaron Morby | Fri 17th April | Construction Enquirer