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Miller secures Laing O'Rourke chief for ProCure 21+ battle

Miller has appointed Laing O’Rourke health chief Andrew Cartwright to head up its ProCure 21+ operation.

Mr Cartwright joins Miller Construction as director of health after nine years at the Dartford-based contractor.

Miller effectively replaced Laing O’Rourke on the £4.5 billion health framework last August, being one of only two firms making the framework having not been on its predecessor.

Laing O’Rourke, which won the most work through ProCure 21, did not make the new framework.

Mr Cartwright joins with the Miller-led Healthcare Partnership Solutions consortium yet to win its first slice of work through the six-year health capital works agreement.

He said: “I am delighted to be joining Miller Construction. Having worked on the ProCure 21 framework for several years, this appointment gives me the opportunity to share my knowledge and experience with the team.

“I look forward to helping establish HPS as a main provider through the ProCure 21+ framework.”

“Miller has a strong reputation in the health market and there are a host of opportunities where I will be looking to expand our market share.”

More than £500 million of work has gone through ProCure 21+ since it launched last October.

In March, ProCure 21+ chief Ray Stephenson backed newcomers Miller and Willmott Dixon to win their first work through the health capital projects framework very soon.

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