Galliford Try today announced it has secured several contracts in the health sector worth a total of £48.6 million.
Galliford Try has been selected by NHS Grampian as the principal supply chain partner to design and build three new healthcare centres worth a total of £22.3 million in Forres, Moray and two Aberdeen based centres in Foresterhill and Whinhill.
The contracts were procured under the new Framework Scotland arrangements now being used for healthcare projects in Scotland.
Following an existing contract to refurbish The Royal Victoria Infirmary for Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Galliford Try has also secured two further contracts worth a total of £4.2 million.
The contracts are to refurbish additional wards at both the Royal Victoria Hospital and at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle.
Three LIFT contracts in Liverpool totalling £22.1 million have also been secured by Galliford Try as part of the Liverpool & Sefton LIFT Health Partnership Framework.
These are the Garston NHS Treatment Centre, Speke Neighbourhood Health Centre and Oriel Drive Health Centre in Aintree.
Chief executive Greg Fitzgerald said: “Galliford Try has a particularly strong track record in health projects where public expenditure continues.
“These contract awards reinforce our robust market position in this sector.”