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Galliford Try awards £15m M&E deal after securing hospital contarct

Galliford Try’s facilities management business has bagged a £32m contract to provide hard facilities management and lifecycle management for the hospital.

According to Construction News, the annoucement comes after Galliford Try was named as preferred bidder by client Hub South East Scotland to deliver the 23,000 sq m project through Scottish subsidiary Morrison Construction.

Galliford Try chief executive Peter Truscott said: “We are delighted to have been selected by Hub South East Scotland for this major project in Haddington.

This appointment demonstrates the capabilities of our combined offering across construction, facilities management and investments and we look forward to working with Hub South East Scotland and NHS Lothian to create the top class facilities the local public deserve.”

The hospital will provide a range of services, including day surgery, mental health inpatient services, elderly medicine services and a pharmacy.

Meanwhile Galliford Try has also awarded a £15m M&E deal to Dodd Group on HSBC’s new Birmingham head office.

Work on the the 212,000-sq ft 2 Arena Central building will begin later this year.

Dodd Group’s MD John Kavanagh said: “We are particularly proud to have secured this flagship scheme in the heart of Birmingham as it is one of the most significant projects in the region.

Site logistics will be a particular challenge that we will face but we are confident that given our existing local presence we are uniquely positioned to overcome this.”

The £400m Arena Central masterplan includes one million sq ft of office and residential space.

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