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Procure 21+, UK

Procure 21+, UK

NHS ProCure 21+ is a six-year framework programme being run by the UK Department of Health to procure publicly funded capital schemes for Englands National Health Service (NHS).

 

Sham Mong Road Footbridge, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Sham Mong Road Footbridge, Kowloon, Hong Kong

The Hong Kong government is using NEC to deliver a complex four-span footbridge system at a busy road junction in Sham Shui Po. The contractor was highly commended for the 2018 NEC Contractor of the Year Award.

 

The Harbour mental health hospital, UK

The Harbour mental health hospital, UK

The Harbour is a new 154-bed mental health hospital situated just outside Blackpool, UK. The £39.5 million scheme was delivered for Lancashire NHS Foundation Trust, working in a public-private partnership with Red Rose Corporate Services, through the Department of Health’s NEC-based Procure 21+ framework.

 

Beanfield and Gretton Primary Schools, UK

Beanfield and Gretton Primary Schools, UK

Completed on time in just 9 weeks, this small but challenging NEC-procured school refurbishment project in Northamptonshire, UK won the NEC Small Project of the Year Award in 2016.

 

Burntwood School, London, UK

Burntwood School, London, UK

The multi-award-winning design for the rebuilding and refurbishment of the 1950s Burntwood School in Wandsworth, southwest London was procured using an NEC3 Professional Service Contract (PSC) option A (priced contract with activity schedule).

 

East London Line, London, UK

East London Line, London, UK

Providing Transport for London with a compete operating railway system in just three and a half years.

 

Felixstowe Seafront Gardens, UK

Felixstowe Seafront Gardens, UK

Felixstowe Seafront Gardens is a 1 km long public park in the seaside resort of Felixstowe in Suffolk, UK. Created over 100 years ago, the beautifully landscaped and sumptuously planted grade II registered park has recently been extensively restored by Suffolk Coastal District Council as part of a town-wide regeneration programme.

 

Giants' Causeway Visitors' Centre, Northern Ireland

Giants' Causeway Visitors' Centre, Northern Ireland

Giants' Causeway on the coast of County Antrim, Northern Ireland was formed around 60 million years ago when molten magma cooled to form nearly 40,000 interlocking basalt columns up to 12m tall.

 
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