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Stanmore hospital deal adds to Miller’s ProCure 21+ tally

4 Dec 13 Miller Construction has won a £10m contract to extend a hospital in Middlesex.

The contract will provide two new residential blocks at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital [RNOH] in Stanmore, as well as clinical refurbishment works to a number of wards, pharmacy and out-patients unit.

The contract was awarded through the ProCure 21+ framework, taking the value of contracts secured by Miller on the national framework for new build and refurbishment of NHS facilities to £50m this year.

Miller is on site at the RNOH, the UK’s leading orthopaedic hospital, delivering a number of enabling works projects.  Works have been completed to underground services and a range of infrastructure projects, including construction of new car parks, access roads and an estates compound.

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In addition to the RNOH contracts other projects secured by Miller through the Procure 21+ framework this year include:

  • A £14m estates development and £8m small works programme for Croydon University Hospital, South London.
  • A £10m infrastructure and small works programme at Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge.
  • An £8m programme of works for Mid Staffordshire Hospital, which will include the relocation and refurbishment of the endoscopy and decontamination unit.

Miller Construction chief executive Chris Webster said: “We are delighted to have secured another project at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. This latest contract builds on the strong collaborative approach we have developed with the RNOH Trust team which has laid the foundation for the successful relationship on the works delivered to date.

“Health is a key market for Miller. Our approach on the Procure 21+ framework is to work closely with a select number of Trusts to drive efficiencies and deliver value for money programmes of works which allow them to focus on end user care and making a difference to the staff and patient experience.”

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