Interserve wins Six New Health Contracts totalling £148 million in November
Interserve Construction has secured six new contracts in the healthcare space totalling £148 million in November.
The company has been awarded contracts at Walsall Manor Hospital for upgrades relating to winter pressures, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital for the construction of new specialist units and a major contract to refurbish the Prince Charles Hospital in Merthyr Tydfil.
The recent contract wins are a recognition of Interserve Construction’s expertise and experience in delivering complex projects in the healthcare sector. Earlier this year Interserve Construction completed a major refurbishment and extension of Liverpool Women’s Neonatal Unit – creating the largest unit of its kind in the UK. Interserve also delivered the NHS Nightingale Hospital at Birmingham NEC, completing the first phase in just 13 days.
Commenting on the new business wins, Paul Gandy, Managing Director of Interserve Construction said:
“We are pleased to have recently secured a further £148 million worth of new business in healthcare, one of our key strategic markets. This progress shows our strategy is working under our new leadership team, focussed on delivering best in class facilities where the business can leverage its strong capabilities in order to create value for clients.
The construction business has a strong order book and has already secured over 90% of work for next year, which is well ahead of the industry average. It has been a very challenging year for UK businesses, but Interserve Construction is well positioned to make the most of opportunities in our key markets going forward.”