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London’s Royal Free Hospital is seeking expressions of interest from contractors able to design and build its planned Institute of Immunity & Transplantation.

The new building is expected to cost £22m to construct plus an additional £25m to put together the five medical research teams that will fill it.

University College London (UCL) and the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust completed the £6m Phase I development of the Institute last year. Phase II will include the provision of a new 4,200m² state-of-the-art research building which will serve as a major hub for UCL biomedical research.

Housed within the Institute will be the new UCL Centre for Regenerative Medicine.

For more details of the bidding process, see our Contract Leads section.



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