Styles&Wood has been appointed to the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine’s (LSHTM) Main Contractor Framework


Styles&Wood has secured a place on LSHTM’s Main Contractor Framework, which will provide the opportunity to work on varying projects, worth up to £2m each, throughout LSHTM’s London estate.

Styles&Wood has been appointed to Lot 1, LSHTM Masterplan estimates the total project values across both lots to be circa £70m over seven years.

The framework is also open to other potential users, including the University of London, Royal Veterinary College, The School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) and Birkbeck University.

Projects are likely to focus on refurbishment and fit-out of libraries and laboratories, as well as infrastructure replacement, office space and catering facilities.

The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, located in Bloomsbury, is renowned for its research, postgraduate studies and continuing education in public and global health.

Danny Hill, Business Unit Lead at Styles&Wood said:

“The framework is another significant new relationship we’ve secured in the sector in the past twelve months.

“Our expertise in delivering fit-out projects in both the education and healthcare sectors places us in a unique position to deliver works for institutions like LSHTM.”

Styles&Wood is one of eight contractors to be appointed to the framework.


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