Graham has scooped a £134m deal to build two health facilities in Aberdeen.
The contractor will build the two facilities for NHS Grampian at its Foresterhill Health Campus in Aberdeen worth £134m, the largest project to be procured through the Health Facilities Scotland framework to date.
The first, Baird Family Hospital, will bring together all services from the existing Aberdeen Maternity Hospital, as well as the breast and gynaecology services from Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
The second project will see Graham building a centre for day-patient and out-patient oncology and haematology services, which are also relocating from Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
Construction work on both schemes is expected to begin in mid-2018, with completion in 2020.
NHS Grampian project director Jackie Bremner said: “This is a very exciting milestone in these important new developments on the Foresterhill Health Campus.
“We look forward to working with our partners at Graham Construction to create high-quality modern facilities that will help us deliver quality care for people in the north-east and north of Scotland and the Northern Isles.”
Graham has already won jobs worth £112m through the Health Facilities Scotland framework, including major projects for NHS Highland and NHS Lanarkshire, as well as the redevelopment of Dunfermline’s Queen Margaret Hospital.
Four other firms are currently on the Health Facilities Scotland framework: Balfour Beatty, Kier, Laing O’Rourke and a consortium between Robertson, Morgan Sindall and FES known as RMF Health.
Graham is also on the Hub South East framework in Scotland, alongside Bam Construct and Morrison.