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Galliford Try Complete £9.5m Theatres At Queen Mary’s Hospital In Sidcup

Galliford Try have completed a programme of £9.5m refurbishment works to several minor/non-urgent theatres at Queen Mary’s hospital on behalf of framework users Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust.

This healthcare project was secured via the Procure Partnerships London Framework with Galliford Try awarded under a Direct Award. This project was also monitored via Compliance Chain.

The works comprise of five operating theatres with the extension of an adjacent patient recovery area, alongside new changing facilities, and ancillary spaces. With these improvements, the hospital has increased the capacity of its suites, reducing patient wait times, increasing efficiency, and improving the overall working environment.

Phil Etridge, Project Manager at Galliford Try, commented: “After a challenging project during the onset of Covid 19, the project was delivered with exceptional collaborative working amongst the Client, their design team along with Galliford Try’s supply chain partners. The combination of these factors ultimately lead to the success of the project”

Adam Cochrane, Operations Manager at Compliance Chain, commented: “This project is a great example of how collaborative working can help you overcome unexpected challenges. Galliford Try were faced with the enormous challenge of delivering the refurbishment during Covid-19, though were able to work together with their client and supply chain, demonstrating best practice in Project Management. With Compliance Chain, Galliford Try were able to set, track and monitor realistic KPIs whilst communicating with their client and suppliers through monthly reporting tools.”

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