20 JUN 2018
The BCIS Online featured project for June 2018, submitted by the Department of Health & Social Care, is the recently completed £17million Children's, Young People and Perinatal Mothers’ Hub in Woodthorpe, Nottingham.
The hub offers specialist inpatient care and support for adolescents and perinatal women experiencing acute mental health difficulties that can no longer be managed in the community. It is also the base for the Trust’s Community Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.
The campus-style mental health care hub is arranged over 3Nr detached, irregular shaped on plan buildings, comprising:
The combined building cost is £2,683/m2 (3Q2016). The functional unit rate equates to £352,469 per bed space.
Substructure, at £408/m2 includes:
Superstructure, at £918/m2 includes:
Finishes, at £218/m2 include:
Fittings and furnishings, at £127/m2 include:
Services, at £1012/m2 include:
The £/m2 figures include preliminaries, at 16% of the remainder of the contract sum excluding contingences, apportioned by cost.
The project was procured using the NEC3 target cost contract, with a construction period of 156 weeks.
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