The construction giant has been selected to take on three projects in Scotland to revamp the healthcare sector
The healthcare projects include: refurbishment programmes at Royal Cornhill hospital in Aberdeen and Dr Gray’s Hospital in Elgin as well as a £4.8 million extension and refurbishment for the Rowanbank Clinic at Stobhill hosptial in Glasgow.
In addition, Kier will lend their hands to construct and design a £3.7 million National Secure Adolescent Inpatient Service in Irvine.
The lucrative win will add to the companies already bustling portfolio of projects in Scotland.
Brian McQuade, managing director for Kier Construction Scotland, said: “Kier has a leading reputation of delivering first-class facilities in the health sector.
“These latest wins demonstrate a significant investment in the area of mental health by Scottish Government and we look forward to working closely with NHS Grampian, Greater Glasgow and Clyde and Ayrshire & Arran to deliver these enhanced facilities.
“Not only will these excellent new amenities benefit the patients, they will also lead to job creation and training opportunities, helping to support both the local and Scottish economies.”
The new healthcare projects are to be funded by the Scottish Government and add to the growing number of projects that the company has taken on.
Other Kier projects include: the construction of a new elective care facility at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital in Clydebank, maintenance work and refurbishments at Aberdeen’s Royal Infirmary, Raigmore Hospital in Inverness and Inverclyde Royal Hospital in Greenock.