This significant milestone has been achieved with the Integrated Health Projects (IHP) alliance supporting 75 NHS and Local Authority healthcare clients with over 80% repeat appointment under the ProCure Frameworks. The alliance provides comprehensive national coverage and IHP has broadened its healthcare market by securing a place on The NHS Building for Wales Framework.
IHP is a mature and proven alliance of two of the most stable and established names in the UK and international construction industry. As they approach 20 years of successful delivery experience they are in their prime and fully prepared to support the requirements of ProCure23 and the New Hospital Programme.
Since 2003, the IHP alliance has delivered healthcare projects providing improved efficiency and reduced environmental impact whilst engaging with the community to enhance social value. The alliance is perfectly placed to deliver the Construction Playbook challenges including increasing MMC and carbon reduction.
IHP have a strong focus on innovative solutions. The team has pioneered “barn” operating theatres, developed and delivered repeatable rooms and a Standard Platform for Healthcare Buildings. They are also an active partner in the Construction Innovation Hub Platform Development Programme delivering a platform rulebook for standardised low carbon solutions.
Last year IHP were honoured to have been called upon to support the NHS during the COVID-19 national response, delivering a number of emergency projects with over 1500-beds in less than a month including the 750-bed Manchester Nightingale Hospital in 13 days.
IHP and their fully integrated supply chain are experienced in all facets of healthcare infrastructure. Together they bring the technical expertise, robust cost control and programme management skills needed to safely deliver good value, high quality facilities on time and within budget.
Date: 25 November 2021