Willmott Dixon Interiors is appointed on the ProCure23 Framework.
ProCure23 (P23) is the fourth generation of the ProCure framework for the design and construction of NHS capital projects in England. P23 enables NHS customers to quickly access experienced and proficient partners to support excellence in all aspects of NHS capital project delivery.
P23 provides flexibility and brings the latest best practice construction methods, modern methods of construction and digital infrastructure to the NHS. It focuses on reducing carbon emissions, delivering greener facilities, and promoting social value. This connects to our similar mission set out in our Now or Never strategy, focusing on Brilliant Buildings, Better Planet and Building Lives.
We have delivered numerous healthcare projects over recent years. We know how to work in a live environment without disrupting the flow of a busy hospital. Recently we have completed the Urgent Treatment Centre at Royal Sussex County Hospital for University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust, providing treatment rooms, reception waiting room, accessible toilets and utility room as well as commercial space. We are delivering a refurbishment for Epsom & St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust to create new wards and clinical facilities, a 3-storey extension, reception, waiting area and link bridge to connect two of their buildings and make services more efficient.
Currently, we are on site at Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge completing a strip out and refurbishment of both their Nuclear Medicine and Thrombectomy wards. We have also delivered two projects for Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS FT. This involved refurbishment a of the mental health facility at Albany Lodge, and a remodel and refurbishment of the adolescent in-patient unit at Forest House.
These refurbishments provide our customers with new, modern areas that support efficient staff and patient/service user pathways with a more therapeutic environment that improve clinical outcomes and staff recruitment and retention.