Currie & Brown secures place on NHS Scotland Assure Lead Advisor Framework

Currie & Brown has been appointed to the NHS Scotland Assure Lead Advisor Framework, which provides NHS organisations across the country with access to consultancy expertise for various healthcare construction projects.

Having been through a competitive bidding process, we were successfully placed on the framework, offering healthcare expertise across project management, costs management and building surveying.

This appointment is based on our innovative track record in healthcare projects across Scotland, including schemes such as the Monklands Replacement Project. Our place on the framework demonstrates the deep understanding we have of the specific needs and challenges the NHS face in the region and we are delighted to have been given the opportunity to provide our services to it.

The four-year framework offers a streamlined process for clients seeking support with healthcare projects across Scotland. This goes beyond Frameworks Scotland 3 projects, encompassing all healthcare construction initiatives.

Commenting on the appointment, Fiona McDade, Director at Currie & Brown, said: “We are delighted to secure a place on the NHS Scotland Assure Lead Advisor Framework. Our proven expertise coupled with our strong network of design sub-consultants, will be a valuable asset to NHS organisations across Scotland. We look forward to delivering trusted advisor services across a range of healthcare projects, bringing lasting value to the communities we serve.”

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