Summers-Inman has been appointed as both NEC3 Project Manager and P22 Trust Cost Adviser for King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, through the Procure22 (P22) Framework.
Jane Imrie

Newcastle property firm lands NHS contract for London teaching hospital

A North East construction and property consultancy secured a contract on an NHS programme for one of London’s main teaching hospitals.

Summers-Inman has been appointed as both NEC3 Project Manager and P22 Trust Cost Adviser for King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, through the Procure22 (P22) Framework.

The Newcastle-based firm will act as a key consultant for the trust - which serves the boroughs of Lambeth, Southwark, Lewisham and Bromley - in a five-year capital programme.

Derek Brydon, director of health at Summers-Inman, commented: “We are delighted to have been appointed to this capital programme which provides a great opportunity to strengthen relationships and establish a long-term partnership with King’s.

“We are also looking forward to working closely with Graham Construction, the selected Principal Supply Chain Partner (PSCP) and all other stakeholders.

“It is a privilege to be appointed to work on behalf of one of the leading Foundation Trusts in England, as it delivers on its commitment to provide quality of care and improve the health and well-being of patients, ultimately improving peoples’ lives.”

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