CPMG Architects’ design proposals will see the £9m healthcare facility replace the existing Cripps Health Centre in Nottingham on the University Park Campus.
The new centre will house 31 consultant rooms, a four-bed patient observation room a pharmacy, physiotherapy room, four rooms for primary care procedures, four rooms dedicated to mental health services, a seminar room and eight dental treatment rooms across 3,000m2.
Nick Gregory, director for CPMG said: “As the largest healthcare facility of its kind in the country, this will be a flagship centre for the university and one we’re proud to be involved in.
“Owing to the prime location on the campus, it was vital our designs complimented the landscape; natural materials will provide a timeless palette within the rich green surroundings.
The construction team includes Arup, Gleeds and Faithful and Gould. A contractor is yet to be appointed.