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Aintree University Hospital

The project comprised the construction of a new two storey building to facilitate clinics, consulting rooms and offices.

The works also comprised extensive external works inclusive of widening the existing hospital main access road.

Full QS services were provided, including initial feasibility budget cost estimating, traditional tendering procurement utilising measured Bills of Quantities, preparation of contract documents, monthly interim valuations and cost reporting, and settlement and agreement of the final account.

Project Details

  • Client: Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Project Value: £1,200,000
  • Main Contractor: John Turner & Sons (Preston) Ltd
  • Architect: Taylor Young
  • Structural Engineer: Morley Design Associates
  • Services Engineer: Cameron Design Partnership
  • Form of Contract: JCT Intermediate Building Contract 2005, with Contractors Design

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