Wakefield based Consulting Engineering firm, Service Design Partnership, (SDP) has been accepted on to the Procure 22 framework as a supplier to Interserve for the National Health Service.
The 30 year old company has built a reputation on creating high spec, complex pharmaceutical, research and medical Mechanical and Electrical (M&E) designs that enable improved healthcare and greater efficiencies in key sectors.
SDP is also closely involved in the refurbishment and redevelopment of the GSK site at Barnard Castle in the North East and a number of private health care developments in the Midlands and East of England working closely with main contractors from the earliest stages of any development through to handover.
The company, which has recently moved to new offices at Calder Park, is working closely with Interserve on the modernization of Huddersfield Royal Infirmary and has established itself as a reputable partner worked closely with the contractor for many years.
Being accredited to the NHS framework will give the team of specialist Consulting Engineers access to a range of other clinical and research projects around the UK.
It is further proof of SDP’s ability to innovate, partner effectively with other providers of construction services to deliver high value complex capital projects within tight timelines and in budget.
The P22 framework was established to streamline procurement within the NHS, drive up clinical excellence and improve efficiency to provide a better service for patients more affordably.
Chris Armistead said: “ProCure 22 is the successor of P21 which started the process of improving procurement within the NHS. Its success and our ability to be accredited to the framework is testimony to the skill and sophistication of the Wakefield team who have worked hard to deliver high quality innovative designs and ensure they are implemented successfully.”