Construction work starts on new £558m hospital in Birmingham
Construction work has recently begun on a new £558 million hospital in Birmingham that, when completed, will deliver 670 beds ans 13 operating theatre suites, a news report has been able to find.
The new Midlands Metropolitan Hospital on the Grove Lane site in Smethwick will also include a full enclosed winter garden, and car parking within the building on both the ground and first floors. The design and construction of the hospital also meets high sustainability levels, representatives of principal developer Carillion have revealed.
Adam Green, MD of Carillion Construction Services, said: “This project will help create a wealth of opportunities for local people and businesses, through jobs, skills, training and apprenticeships and when it is complete, the hospital will provide state-of-the-art healthcare for the people of Sandwell and West Birmingham for years to come.”
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