Graham has secured a 25-year facilities management contract for the new £40m Lisburn Primary and Community Care Centre in Northern Ireland.
Located on the site of the existing Lagan Valley Hospital, the healthcare facility is run by South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust (SEHSCT).
The facility features treatment rooms, latest minor procedures consultation areas as well as a children’s services centre.
Services that would be delivered at the 12,792m² building include dentistry, podiatry, orthopaedics, adult mental health, addiction services and occupational therapy.
Graham operations director Martin Gillespie said: “Graham is delighted to be working closely with the South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust.
“The Lisburn Primary Care and Community Centre is a state-of-the-art facility and will make a real difference to the lives of so many patients in the area. We will draw upon our expertise in the healthcare sector to ensure that the Trust’s services are delivered to the highest possible standards.”
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As part of the contract, the company’s technical experts, mobile engineers and compliance service engineers team will provide all electrical, mechanical and building fabric works.
The team will also provide specialist plant and equipment throughout the Primary and Community Care Building.
Graham noted that the company continues to provide services in support of NHS Lanarkshire and NHS Lothian, in addition to the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust.
During the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, the company’s teams provided emergency electrical services and minor works to critical care units, welfare facilities in the Royal Victoria Hospital in Northern Ireland.