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Vinci and Sir Robert McAlpine win £17m Cheshire hospital development

Stockport NHS Foundation Trust has appointed Integrated Health Projects to build a £17m facility at Stepping Hill Hospital in Cheshire.

IHP is a joint venture between Vinci Construction UK and Sir Robert McAlpine. It was awarded the contract under the ProCure 21+ national framework.

The joint venture will design and build a three-storey multi-use healthcare block at Stepping Hill Hospital.

It will include an acute medical unit, surgical assessment unit, and two operating theatres with recovery facilities.

IHP regional director John Roberts said: “This additional healthcare facility at the hospital will optimise the client’s clinical outcomes and further improve their current services.

“It is critical that the hospital redevelopment we provide will enable best practice, medical innovation, and of course, the highest standards of patient care.”

Work is due to be completed in March 2016.

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