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HEALTHY BUILDING: Health secretary Frank Dobson has given the go-ahead for a £95 million hospital designed by the George Trew Dunn Partnership. He awarded the pfi Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Woolwich, South London, to Kvaerner Construction last week. The aluminium-clad, low-rise 571-bed hospital is due for completion in late 2000.

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