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Engineering firm to oversee development of new private clinic in Northamptonshire

RWO and developer, Metnor Construction, contracted to build £12m facility for Ramsay Healthcare

Prologis Park Hospital will house a range of diagnostic services
Prologis Park Hospital will house a range of diagnostic services

Work has begun on the construction of a new private daycare clinic in Kettering, Northamptonshire.

Newcastle-based engineering firm, RWO, is working with developer, Metnor Construction, to deliver the £12m Prologis Park Hospital for Ramsay Healthcare UK.

The new centre will house a range of diagnostic facilities, including MRI, CT scanning, X ray, and mammography, as well as endoscopy treatments, physiotherapy, and outpatient departments when it opens later this year. 

As part of a six-figure deal, RWO will review the proposed development and provide designs, flood analysis, and drainage systems as part of a comprehensive package of engineering services.

The company also has four other new-build hospital projects in the pipeline. 

RWO managing director, Ross Oakley, said: “This is a major success for us and another contract with Metnor, strengthening further the strong partnership we have with them.

“It also reflects the high-quality engineering expertise available in the North East to support multi-million-pound national construction projects.”

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