Partnering agreement with Liverpool and Sefton Health Partnership will see construction of eight new health centres
Galliford Try has signed a £40m extension to its partnering agreement with Liverpool health services.
The Uxbridge-based firm has renewed its framework partnering agreement with Liverpool and Sefton Health Partnership. Galliford Try has been working through the partnership for the past five years.
The new deal will involve building eight health centres across Liverpool and Sefton over the next five years.
Galliford Try chief executive Greg Fitzgerald said: “We have a long-standing relationship with Liverpool and Sefton Health Partnership and have successfully delivered a range of health projects.
“The renewal of our partnership reinforces our strong market position in the health sector and we look forward to continuing to provide quality community health facilities.”