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Great Ormond Street Hospital RIBA Competition

Great Ormond Street Hospital

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A patient’s plasticine model of Phase 4 Redevelopment site, created at a Masterplan workshop with families
Competition | Shortlisted

​Great Ormond Street Hospital

GOSH has shortlisted contractor-led, multi-disciplinary design teams to develop designs for a signature building that will become the hospital’s new ‘front door’.

Invited Education and Health

The new clinical building on Great Ormond Street in central London will replace outdated facilities with a high quality environment consistent with the hospital’s world-class paediatric care and research activities.

The design brief for the competition was created in partnership with staff, patients and families and articulates their shared aspiration for a building to express the GOSH guiding principle: the Child First and Always.

Shortlisted teams taking part in the competitive dialogue, which culminates in a public exhibition in March 2017, are as follows:

  • Carillion, with Eric Parry acting as design architect and Conrad Gargett as healthcare architect
  • John Sisk & Son, with BDP acting as both design and healthcare architect
  • Skanska, with Heatherwick Studio and HOK acting as design architect and HOK as healthcare architect
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