Morgan Sindall wins £60m NHS projects in Essex

Published: 3-Jun-2024

Morgan Sindall has landed six jobs in Essex for the NHS worth a total of £60m

Morgan Sindall has been appointed through the new Procure23 framework by Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust.

The appointment is for some new build and refurbishment schemes.

The ProCure23 procurement framework, with more than £9bn in projects, is for construction and design services for NHS projects. 

NHS England and the Crown Commercial Services (CCS) have collaborated to operate the four-year deal for ProCure23.

Galliford Try has also just won a contract with NHS Kent and Medway and Social Care Partnership Trust to refurbish existing facilities under ProCure23.

Morgan Sindall landed six jobs in Essex for the NHS worth a total of £60m

UK-based construction company Morgan Sindall has landed six jobs in Essex on the scheme worth a total of £60m.

The work will see the Pitsea Leisure Centre in Essex demolished and replaced by a diagnostic centre containing:

  • MRI and CT scanning suite
  • X-ray machines
  • Pharmacy
  • Ultrasound
  • Consultancy spaces
  • Sport spaces
  • A library

Morgan Sindall will also build two new surgical theatres at Southend University Hospital.

Peter Whitmore, Managing Director at Morgan Sindall Construction in the east, said: “These improvements, across a number of important healthcare facilities in the county, will bring a wide range of valuable health and wellbeing benefits for communities in Essex.”

”This will range from helping to speed up diagnosis within local settings and supercharging Southend’s surgical capabilities,” Whitmore concluded.


Image: Pitsea Community Diagnostic Centre

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