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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON HOSPITALS (UCLH)
State-of-the-art technologies for health
Design and construction of an hospital offering cancer treatment and surgery services edge of technology, a proton therapy treatment. The building was built next to a cancer center and UCLH radiotherapy department. It is composed of 5 underground levels and has six additional floors on the surface dedicated to the treatment of leukemia and surgical procedures with a short stay in hospital. The basement includes operating rooms, scanners and MRI, as well as local technical. The superstructure has a ground floor and 6 floors, and mostly accommodates rooms for patients
An epic milestone for UCLH site in central London took place the 19 june 2018. The cyclotron, the device that will supply the power for the proton beam therapy (PBT) centre, was successfully delivered and installed. This a technically complex and exacting process that Bouygues UK and our experienced infrastructure colleagues at Bouygues Travaux Publics have spent months preparing for.