The Christie is Europe’s largest single site cancer centre, and serves a population of 3.2million.

The national proton beam therapy (PBT) service is being developed with two centres under construction, one at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust and the other at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. They are both funded by a £250 million government investment. Interserve was appointed through P21+ Framework to design and deliver the Manchester PBT centre through a rigorous public procurement process.

The state of the art five storey building will provide: 3 treatment gantries and a research room; a patient reception; consultation rooms and public space. The building is designed to be future proofed – the research room can be equipped with a treatment gantry if required.

Download: PBT Manchester case study – Interserve