Tuesday, August 9, 2022

BSP Consulting appointed on hospitals framework

East Midlands-based civil and structural engineering firm BSP Consulting has been appointed to the Circle Health Group Professional Services Framework for the first time.

The company has been selected to provide civil and structural engineering services, along with transport and infrastructure consultancy.

This is the twentieth framework that BSP Consulting is currently on – either on its own or collectively with industry partners.

BSP Consulting director Paul Elphick said: “We are delighted to have secured a place on the Circle Health Group Professional Services Framework. BSP Consulting has extensive experience of working across the health sector.

“We are looking forward to building on our relationship with the Circle Health Group and supporting the group with its future development and investment plans to enhance its health and care facilities.”

One of the largest independent civil and structural engineering firms in the East Midlands, BSP Consulting has its headquarters in Nottingham and offices in Derby, Leicester and Sheffield.

It is currently providing civil and structural engineering services on two projects for Circle Health Group at The Park Hospital, Nottingham and The Beardwood Hospital, Blackburn. The Nottingham scheme involves sub-structure design work for a new glazed entrance and a new modular theatre, which will provide precision cancer surgery, while the Blackburn contract includes sub-structure work for a new modular unit and new areas of car parking.

Circle Health Group is an award-winning healthcare provider operating Britain’s largest network of independent hospitals. The new Professional Services Framework runs for three years.

Paul Elphick added: “BSP Consulting has a very healthy pipeline of work across all sectors from education and health through to housing and commercial. This latest framework appointment, along with the others that BSP has secured, is good news for the company as we move into 2022 and beyond.”

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