Plymouth Marjon University has published its contract tender for the redevelopment of its Health and Wellbeing Hub. The University is offering a contract of up to £385k to redevelop the building.
The University was awarded £5.8m by the Office for Students Capital Fund for the development of specialist facilities such as clinical skill, diagnostic and simulation laboratories. This funding further supports Marjon’s growing reputation for offering health and wellbeing programmes at Higher and Degree Level apprenticeship, undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
The University will also use this milestone cash injection to create an outpatient and wellbeing community hub. The hub, launching in 2025, will provide placement-based learning for students whilst offering another important healthcare provision for the Plymouth community.
This grant provides money for both the construction-related aspects of the refurbishment project, including consultant fees and the purchase of equipment to fit out the premises.
The University now wishes to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced professional design team to complete the project which is the subject of this tender opportunity.
It is the aim of the University to appoint a single Lead Consultant as the main contractor employing all specialist sub-contractors.
More information on this tender can be found on the Government Contracts Finder website here.
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