New Macmillan Support Centre Reaches Significant Milestone

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Works on site for the new Macmillan Cancer Support Centre at Kettering General Hospital are progressing well, with the roof now complete and windows about to be installed.

The project team were on site to celebrate the occasion, with a walkaround of the building allowing them to see the spaces taking shape.

The new centre, which is the first centre of its kind in North Northamptonshire, will provide space to bring together a range of vital cancer support services together in one location. As well as offering information on all aspects of cancer, emotional and psychological support, the centre will facilitate welfare benefits advice, wig fitting and signpost to other local services.

GSSArchitecture are delighted to be working as Architect, Principal Designer and Lead Consultant on this important local project alongside Main Contractor, Marshdale Construction Ltd., and GSSllp who are working as Quantity Surveyors on this scheme.

Make sure to keep an eye on our social media channels for further updates on this project, as well as our other healthcare schemes.

Pictured L-R:

Rachel Atkinson, Macmillan Partnership Manager for Northamptonshire, James Conway, Project Manager at Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Andrew Vallis, Project Architect and Associate at GSSArchitecture, Ruth Giles, Head of Nursing for Cancer at Kettering General Hospital Foundation Trust, Fred Currell, Design Lead and Macmillan Cancer Environments, Ian Allen, Director of Facilities and Estates at Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Danielle Mellows, Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Service Lead at Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Darren Brookshaw at Marshdale Construction and Karen O’Connor, Senior Quantity Surveyor at GSSllp.