Our works at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) consist of three projects, two of which are currently on site and will take part in the Open Doors 2019 event:   

The Great Ormond Street Hospital Sight and Sound Centre, supported by Premier Inn (in the Italian Hospital)

Southwood Courtyard Scheme (GOSH iMRI Unit)

The Italian Hospital is a Grade II-listed building – it was converted in the 1990s to form office accommodation, parent rooms and a nursery. The building is situated close to the main entrance on Queen Square.  The entrance to the Italian Hospital is through a large double door over a level threshold.  Kier are constructing an outpatients unit for children with hearing impairments or visual impairments who come from all over the UK for treatment at GOSH.

Kier are constructing a new Intra-operative MRI Unit within the Southwood Courtyard area of GOSH. The Intra-operative MRI unit will be constructed from a steelwork frame with insulated render cladding as the main external envelope. The building will comprise two floors. The new building will be connected on all three floors to the existing Variety Club Building to allow good access between the hospital. 

The site is a health project in the heart of London, where visitors will have an opportunity to view behind the hoarding to see how the build is progressing and learn some interesting historical information about GOSH.

 The tour will include a brief induction, a project overview, a walk around the site, what the project has achieved to date, opportunities created as a result of the project, and plenty of opportunity for questions and feedback.

Address Kier Construction London
Kier Site Office
Powis Place
Off Great Ormond Street

Nearest tube stations are Holborn or Russell Square underground stations.

Parking available no
Length of Visit 3 Hours
Maximum Group Size 30
Register by March 17, 2019
Disabled Access no
Child Restrictions yes

Must be 16 and over.

Minimum age 16

Monica Paul

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The next Open Doors will take place from Monday 16 - Saturday 21 March 2020.

Register your interest