Construction has begun on a new £5m, 2400m2 medical centre that brings together two of the towns medical practices in a new bespoke state of the art building serving more than 20,000 patients in the area.
|Kidderminster Medical Centre on site photo of foundations|
The site has been scribed out if the hospital estate following the demolition of a series of redundant buildings and the agreement to relocate the Acute Trust staff car park as an integral part of the scheme.
Accommodation is laid out over tree floors and includes the following:
- GP & Nurse Consulting Rooms
- Community Staff Facilities
- Treatment and Minor Procedures Suites
- Training Facility
- Physiotherapy Suite
Externally the building envelope comprises of red brick, contrasting insulated render, patinated copper-effect cladding panels and curtain walling.
|Kidderminster Primary Care Centre CGI Visual|
In terms of the environmental strategy the building is being constructed to BREEAM Excellent standard and is due to be completed in Autumn of 2012.
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