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Henry Brothers appointed to build university ‘mock hospital'

How the new mock hospital in Nottingham will look when it opens in January 2022

A DIVISION of south Derry contractor Henry Brothers has been appointed to build a new £15 million ‘mock hospital’ at Nottingham Trent University, due to start this month and complete by January 2022.

The 34,000 sq ft building will allow NTU to equip future healthcare professionals with the knowledge and skills needed for modern healthcare.

Ian Taylor, managing director of Henry Brothers Midlands, said: “We've successfully partnered with NTU on a number of projects in recent years, including a new £23m engineering building and the £9m Enterprise Innovation Centre, which is currently being built, and we're delighted to have been appointed on this latest state-of-the-art scheme.”

The contract was procured through Pagabo’s major works framework, whose national manager Jonathan Parker said: “The new facility is set to have a huge benefit on the next generation of healthcare professionals and continue to transform NTU’s ever-changing campuses, which is something we’re extremely proud to play our part in.

“Henry Brothers are a key delivery partner of ours and operate across multiple regions on both our major and medium works frameworks, so it’s a real pleasure to be continuing to build on our excellent working relationship with them.”

Nottingham-based Henry Brothers Midlands is part of the Henry Group (www.henrybrothers.co.uk), which comprises a number of manufacturing and construction sector companies, ranging from external construction through to interiors fit-out.

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