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Morgan Sindall wins £95.4M Scottish health contract

Morgan Sindall Group, the construction and regeneration group, has been awarded a £95.4M contract to design and build the Tayside Acute Adult Mental Health Developments scheme in Scotland.

Morgan Sindall, the Group’s construction and infrastructure division, working with Morgan Sindall Investments Limited and Robertson Capital Projects, on behalf of NHS Tayside and the North of Scotland Planning Group, will design and build new mental healthcare facilities at Murray Royal Hospital in Perth and Stracathro Hospital in Angus. 

The inpatient facilities provided will create 183 new bed spaces at Murray Royal Hospital, with an additional 52 at Stracathro Hospital. Work at Stracathro Hospital in Angus is scheduled to complete in September 2011 and at Murray Royal Hospital in April 2013.

“We are very pleased the scheme has reached financial close and we have been chosen to deliver these major healthcare projects,” said Morgan Sindall Group chief executive Paul Smith. “This appointment recognises our expertise in the design and delivery of high-value, complex facilities, particularly PPP and PFI hospitals.”

“This contract demonstrates how the combined skills of the new Morgan Sindall construction and infrastructure division, supported by Morgan Sindall Investments, enables us to provide state-of-the-art facilities. It also enhances our position as one of the leading construction groups in the health sector,” he added

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