Esh Border Construction has won a host of new healthcare construction projects.
The Livingston-based firm has delivered a number of builds for key clients totalling around £13m over the last three.
The works include the complete build of a new medical centre and ambulance crew base in Galashiels.
This £1.8m project saw Esh Border Construction transform the site – a former Borders ambulance base – into a purpose-built health centre accommodating GPs, health visitors and district nurses for NHS Borders.
It included the construction of consulting rooms, ambulance crew rooms and numerous facilities associated with a modern health centre.
Esh Border Construction also delivered an extensive £1m refurbishment and extension of the Eyemouth Health Centre.
The project involved stripping back the existing health centre and day hospital before reconstructing to extend both. The works were undertaken at a live site which was still being utilised by patients and adhered to strict infection control standards whilst maintaining access.
The firm also undertook the £2m construction of a new complex care facility for Mid-Lothian Council in Penicuik, which included site works, drainage and landscaping.
Regional Managing Director of Esh Border Construction, Simon Phillips said:
“It is vital when undertaking healthcare projects to deliver exactly what is required to a meticulously high standard - our clients and the public rightly expect nothing less from us.
“Careful planning and preparation is put in by our teams in full consultation with the client, with project commencement representing the culmination of a huge amount of partnership work.
“We take great pride in producing a final outcome which is indicative of a modern health care facility whilst maintaining the highest standards, ease of use and access for the general public.”
Esh Border Construction are also appointed to the minor works framework with six NHS Boards including NHS Lothian where Esh Border Construction has a legacy of delivering healthcare projects, going back to an extensive calendar of complex works at St John’s Hospital in Livingston in 2014. This included operations in the burns unit, labour ward, special care baby unit, Macmillan Cancer Research Centre, MRI facility and garden.