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Contract awarded for £32m hospital PPP project in Fife

Fife Acute Hospitals NHS Trust has awarded the Morrison Consortium a £32 million contract to build a community hospital and health centre in St Andrews, Scotland.

The Morrison Consortium, led by Galliford Try Investments, will start construction work next month on the project and is expected to complete the work by June 2009.

The scheme will involve the replacement of the St Andrews Memorial Hospital and Health Centre in Fife with a new St Andrews Community Hospital and Health Centre.

The scheme will bring together three GP practices, 40 bed diagnostic and treatment centre, a specialist palliative care and a day surgery unit.

The Morrison Consortium was named preferred bidder for the project in February earlier this year.

Source: Infrastructure Journal