Architect HOK has designed a £22m diagnostic and treatment centre in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire. The 8500 m2 building combines outpatient clinics with operating theatres and short-stay wards. A circular main entrance and a central concourse doubles as a waiting area and is designed to avoid the institutional feel of most healthcare buildings. The PFI was awarded to Kier Project Investment, with Frank Shaw Associates as associate architect, WSP as structural engineer, Babtie as services engineer and Kier Eastern as main contractor.