Award Recognition Continues for The Stoke Centre, Royal Surrey County Hospital

The Stoke Centre for Urology has won a further 2 awards: Winner of RICS Social Impact Awards 2020 South East and the Overall Project of the Year South East 2020.

The new facility was a successful team effort from K2, ADP, Clarkebond, CBG and Logan Construction. At the awards event, the judges said “This project has a tremendous human and social impact. The centre treats prostate cancer patients in a newly built clinic. It consolidates specialist services and contains Europe’s largest theatre for brachytherapy, with a cure rate of over 90%. Referrals come from across the UK and internationally.”

The Grand Final now in London 24 September.

Clarkebond provided civil, structural and ground engineering services for The Stokes Centre for Urology at Royal Surrey County Hospital, one of the largest centres for the treatment of prostate cancer in Europe and among the top centres in the world. The new £6 million state-of-the-art urology centre will deliver cutting edge treatment and research for patients from across Surrey and beyond.

“Being at the forefront of the design of healthcare  projects we are pleased that our inputs and that of the team have been recognised yet again and especially with a facility that has such a positive outcome for  men’s health. The project truly fulfils our mission to “Engineer Outstanding Solutions for Community and Place””, Neil Marks, Commercial Director.

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