Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Dawn wins ВЈ7.5m Glasgow mental health deal

Dawn Construction has won a ВЈ7.5m Mental Health Partnerships scheme for NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde through the NHS Frameworks Scotland scheme.

The work will involve a redesign and development of mental health services including plans to increase beds and support accommodation facilities in Dykebar Hospital, Inverclyde Short Stay Psychiatric Unit and Leverndale Hospital.

Plans currently under discussion include the proposed refurbishment of the acute admissions ward and forensic ward at Dykebar, the extension and upgrading of the Inverclyde short stay psychiatric unit and a new facility to be built at Leverndale to accommodate increased bed numbers and support services.

The project is part of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde’s strategy to restructure its services in the South Clyde area, modernising its services to provide a high quality of care designed to meet patients’ needs.


Dawn wins ВЈ7.5m Glasgow mental health deal


Dawn is a Principal Supply Chain Partner for the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde’s mental health project.

The NHS Frameworks Scotland scheme was introduced to create a flexible partnering approach to the procurement of publicly-funded construction work, to build or refurbish healthcare facilities across all of Scotland’s NHS Health Boards over the next four years.

Dawn bids for NHS work through Frameworks Scotland as part of a JV with Robertson Group formed a JV called RD Health.

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