CampbellReith was delighted to recently join The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, ISG and other project team members to celebrate the topping out of the Oak Cancer Centre.
This new 11,700m2 centre, being constructed at The Royal Marsden’s Sutton site, replaces some of the more dated facilities and infrastructure with modern, purpose-built spaces, helping the Trust to save more lives by diagnosing cancer earlier. Bringing more than 400 of the world’s best clinical researchers together under one roof will speed up the development of new treatments. The completed centre will bring patient care to the heart of the research community, allowing the Trust to continue to make a national and global contribution to cancer research and treatment, so that more people are cured and quality of life is improved for those living with cancer.
By harnessing the latest digital design and visualisation techniques, this project serves as an exemplar of collaboration across the team and we are truly delighted to have played a role in the delivery of such an important new facility.
Read the full project case study here.