A topping-out ceremony has recently taken place at Lincoln’s Inn Fields in London where the contractor company Wates Construction are currently working to deliver the new Royal College of Surgeons headquarters
Going into more detail, the new Royal College of Surgeons headquarters has cost a total sum of £75M and will include a new modern learning facility, with the development itself designed to be environmentally-friendly due to it possessing photovoltaic panels, an abundance of insulation, being air tight, and containing infrastructure for alternative travel such as cycling.
A representative of the Royal College of Surgeons, Professor Alderson stated: “This marks an important milestone in transforming our treasured home and the world-famous Hunterian museum. We will create a modern, state-of-the-art headquarters for training the next generation of surgeons, and to continue our long history of supporting the exchange of learning and ideas on the future of surgery. The building has been designed to retain our rich surgical heritage, while embracing the cutting-edge future of modern surgery.