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Revealed: First snap of Reiach and Hall's Maggie's centre

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Reiach and Hall’s newly completed £1.8million Maggie’s Cancer care centre in Airdrie, Lanarkshire will officially open next month

The 300m² single-storey building at the Monklands Hospital in Lanarkshire is clad in stone and features a walled garden.

The new centre, which provides ‘emotional, practical and social support to people with cancer and their families’, sits at the north end of the Monklands Hospital site next to the car park exit.

Previous story (AJ 09.09.13)

First peek at Reiach and Hall’s Lanarkshire Maggie’s centre

[First look] These are the first snaps of Reiach and Hall Architects’ proposed new £1.8 million Maggie’s Cancer care centre in Airdrie

The 300m² Lanarkshire centre at Monklands Hospital is due to complete in March next year (2014).

Speaking earlier this year Neil Gillespie from Reiach and Hall Architects, said: ‘This project has been very important to the office and has been a real joy to for the entire team to develop and craft.

‘The construction phase is always an exciting time, allowing us all to realise the ambitions created with Maggie’s, to provide a permanent home for the centre at Monklands District Hospital. We look forward to the months ahead and the unveiling of the new building.’

The new centre, which provides ‘emotional, practical and social support to people with cancer and their families’, sits at the north end of the Monklands Hospital site next to the car park exit.


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