GRAHAM-BAM partnership secures Belfast maternity hospital contract

WCN Editorial Team 1 Nov 2017 EUROPE BUILDINGS

GRAHAM-BAM Healthcare Partnership, a joint venture between GRAHAM Construction and BAM Ireland, has won a contract from Belfast Health and Social Care Trust to build a new maternity hospital at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast.

The new facility will be constructed on the main Royal Victoria Hospital site next to the existing maternity hospital and will cost £57m.

It will feature delivery suites, obstetric theatres, and a neonatal intensive care unit. The facility will also include a midwifery-led unit, comprising ensuite rooms with birthing pool for each room.

GRAHAM Construction managing director for building Ron Clarke said: “This new building will be a friendly and welcoming environment with state-of-the-art facilities and more choice, to better meet the needs of the women who will use it.”

Belfast Health and Social Care Trust director of capital planning and redevelopment Karen Brookes added: “We look forward to working with our partners Graham-Bam to create a high quality modern maternity hospital that will help enable us to deliver quality care, designed to meet the needs of more than 6,000 women who have their babies delivered by the Royal Jubilee Maternity Service each year.”

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