Our Hospital Project

The Our Hospital Project (OHP) will provide a once in a lifetime opportunity for the citizens of Jersey to have a world class, fully integrated, 21st century health care facility. The overall aim of the project is to deliver a facility that will be an integral part of the local community and will give patients greater choice, access and provision of a quality and efficient services and enhance the overall health and well-being of the local people.

ROK has joined forces with Spanish-based FCC Construcción, one of the largest construction firms in the world to become the Design and Delivery Partner for Our Hospital Project. Together, ROK FCC JV bring a combination of vast local knowledge and significant international expertise to the project.

The Our Hospital Project has it’s own website where you can find the latest information about the project below.

Project Details

Client Our Hospital

Completion Date Ongoing

Our Hospital Project | ROK FCC

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  • Testimonials

    "The Police HQ was a highly technical building to construct.

    Access from the outset was challenging since the formation level was some 5m down and adjacent to the busy main road. This also meant that deliveries and cranage needed to be well organised.

    The reinforced concrete frame was not a standard one and included some large complex pours and reinforcement patterns.

    ROK-Regal deployed a really good formwork system for the slab soffit which was quick and safe to erect. This saved a lot of time.

    The building was delivered as planned and slightly early at that. This reflects ROK-Regal's detailed programming and whole team effort."

    Mr Richard Cheal

    Jersey Property Holdings

  • Testimonials

    ROK-Regal were selected as preferred contractor and a pre contract services agreement (PCSA) was signed. ROK-Regal played a crucial role for the Jersey College for Girls redevelopment as part of the design team during the pre contract period. ROK-Regal also engaged very positively in a value engineering process that generated significant benefits in terms of budget and buildability. As with any construction project there were issues but the way that they were resolved was what was consistently positive.

    John Allo

    Tillyards