Site work starts for Broadmoor Hospital

Published:  05 March, 2014

Kier Construction

Work on the 242 million redevelopment of Broadmoor Hospital in Berkshire has started on site. The project is led by Kier Construction and includes 10 new wards providing accommodation for 210 patients within a new secure environment.

The design, led by Oxford Architects with LDA Design, includes a new entrance building, central facilities building, new gardens, recreation areas and extensive landscaping.

As part of the enabling works package for the project, a new energy centre and staff training facility have already been constructed.

Originally built in 1863, Broadmoor Hospital provides specialist mental-health care services within a high-security environment for male patients from London and the south of England.



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