North Middlesex Hospital

North Middlesex Hospital

London, United Kingdom

In the footsteps of ER and Grey's Anatomy

With its ultra-modern healthcare facilities, treatment and diagnosis centre, pharmacy, operating theatres and intensive care units, the North Middlesex University Hospital is a jewel of western medicine and surgery.

The new north London hospital (in the borough of Enfield), brand new and fitted with state-of-the-art equipment, opened its doors on 28 May 2010 and serves an area of about 500,000 people. Designed over four floors totalling 30,000 m², it has 150 beds. Ecovert FM, a subsidiary of Bouygues UK, will operate and maintain it for 30 years.

This is the fourth hospital to have been constructed by Bouygues UK under a PFI, following Barnet, West Middlesex and Central Middlesex. The company has since signed off on the Broomfield Hospital, its second-largest operation in the United Kingdom after the Home Office.


Prize-winning company. In 2011, Bouygues UK received 6 awards from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents for projects in Brent, Broomfield Hospital, North Middlesex University Hospital, Tower Hamlets BSF, Waltham Forest BSF and Westminster BSF.

Key data
  • Product line: Healthcare establishments
  • Main Contractor: Bouygues UK
  • Handover: 2010
  • Architect: Nightingale Associates
  • Client: North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust
  • Key figures:
    • 32,000 m²
    • 4 floors
    • 150 beds
    • 7 operating theatres