Our team, supply chain and our commitment to challenging existing practices will work with you to identify solutions to meet your needs and vision for your provision of healthcare. We recognise that every client has their own particular needs and by working closely with you through the initial brief, the development stages of design and cost and to completion of the project, we strive to meet those needs.
The Galliford Try hps team has extensive knowledge and experience across the health care sector, which is fully utilised to the benefit of our clients by helping them achieve their objectives. The depth of experience within our team and supply chain brings technical expertise; effective cost control; management skills; a broad spectrum of health planning, and award winning design knowledge. These skills are perfectly blended to ensure delivery and satisfied clients.
We work in true partnership with Trusts and clients in all areas of health, across the public and private sectors. Open and honest relationships with our clients mean that we can implement and deliver the optimum solution; this approach allows us to work closely with clients to establish estate and site rationalisation plans, maximise disposal strategies and support business case preparations through to implementation and delivery.
Our culture is founded on strong partnering principles which when complemented by our extensive industry knowledge, makes us the right team to help you achieve your aims.
Case studies and news
The 2015 Lord Carter report recommends that significant savings can be achieved by the NHS if pathology services are delivered through shared regional hubs. Many of the 44 Strategic Transformation Plans now propose a regional approach to improve...
The Emergency Care Centre (ECC), was completed at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Gateshead in 2015. Through a single front door, emergency patients are streamed into the appropriate category and treated. The design, a UK first, provides 56 identical...
Over recent decades’ lack of investment and uncertainly around sustainable clinical services had led to the closure of both the medically led A&E and Maternity Services due to safety concerns at Sidcup Hospital site. Given the challenges and the serious risk that if this continued the hospital was likely to close, a new vision and clinical model were required.
For their Croydon University Hospital Emergency Department site, Galliford Try – Building Southern has won a Gold Considerate Constructors Scheme 2018 National Site Award.
Over recent decades’ lack of investment and uncertainly around sustainable clinical services had led to the closure of both the medically led A&E and Maternity Services due to safety concerns at Sidcup Hospital site. Oxleas as a Mental Health Trust, recognised the importance of developing the hospital to support integrated services and seamless care for patients. With seven NHS Trusts and private providers renting space on the site it was essential to obtain stakeholder consensus and ensure any solutions provided supported future care needs.
East Lothian NHS Trust appointed Galliford Try (Morrison Construction) and NORR Architects in 2012 to help the Trust develop a Masterplan for rationalisation of Mental Health services in Edinburgh over the following seven years. GT managed the complex approval and financing required for the programme, the first in Scotland to achieve financial close under the Scottish Futures Trust Design Build Finance and Maintain model. The scheme involved the redevelopment of the Royal Edinburgh Hospital site in two` main phases. Phase 1 – the re-provision of inpatient services into a new state of the art 185-bed facility, then Phase 2, the refurb remodelling of the existing 200-year-old Grade B listed building for out-patient facilities, rehab and support services.