The award continues the international support services and construction group’s 14-year role on UK health frameworks, through which it has delivered over £1 billion worth of diverse healthcare facilities across more than 250 projects, including the UK’s first Proton Beam therapy unit, currently under construction at The Christie in Manchester.
Adrian Ringrose, Interserve’s chief executive, commented:
“Our business is focused on delivering great patient experiences and this is why P22 is strategically very important to our long-term business objectives in the healthcare sector. Ever since the first pilot framework was launched in 2002, we have sought to deliver high quality clinical space for the NHS.
“We have been working towards securing a place on the P22 Framework since 2014. Together with our existing clients and experienced supply chain, we have sought to balance the complex needs of the sector with the provision of consistent and capable supply side teams that can help the NHS drive efficiency in its capital resource allocation.
“This has involved investment in many areas of the construction process such as programme level IT infrastructure, web services and communications as well as the further training and development of our people and supply chain as we continue to deliver world-class facilities for patients and staff, while supporting the drive to create long-term value across the NHS Estate.”
Interserve is one of six companies that have been awarded a place on the framework.