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Staff Get New £20m State of the Art Admin Complex

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

The keys to a new £20 million administration complex for the New South Glasgow Hospital Campus have been handed over after the build was completed two weeks early and under budget.

The new office block will provide 1,200 workspaces for clinical and administrative staff transferring to the new campus from the Western Infirmary, Victoria Infirmary, parts of the existing Southern General and the old Royal Hospital for Sick Children.

The new accommodation will provide consultants, other clinical and administration staff with:

  • a modern high-tech 21 century office which is fit-for-purpose with access to natural day light;
  • excellent ability to co-locate clinical and speciality teams;
  • access to quiet space for discussions with colleagues, meeting rooms and social interaction areas;
  • an eco efficient facility which will contribute to NHSGGC meeting a national HEAT target for reducing carbon emissions. 

Robert Calderwood, Chief Executive, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde said: “We are delighted that this new modern office accommodation for staff is complete in time for staff transferring across to the new South Glasgow University Hospital and new Royal Hospital for Sick Children. 

“Many of the staff who will use the new office space will have been using facilities that are not fit-for-purpose in some of our older buildings and this development will give them access to the most modern administrative facilities available.

“It is particularly pleasing the project has been managed so efficiently and has been completed both under budget and two weeks early. This is testament to the hard work and skill of all those involved in the construction from the labourers on the ground to the senior managers working closely with our contactors.”


For further information either telephone 0141 201 4429 or email [email protected] 

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Last Updated: 14 April 2015