Covid 19 - Impact on Hub South East operations

Royal Edinburgh Hospital Campus

The Royal Edinburgh Campus in Edinburgh is a phased project, with Hub South East involved since its inception. We helped to shape the brief, facilitate stakeholder engagement, secure planning permissions and ensure optimum value and high quality investment, all whilst managing the design and construction of the new facilities. This phase includes new accommodation for the adult acute mental health inpatient service, older people’s mental health assessment, intensive psychiatric care service and the new Robert Fergusson national brain injury unit.

CASE STUDY
Completion Date:

December 2016

Client:

NHS Lothian

Tier 1 Contractor:

Morrison Construction

Project:

New build hospital facilities

Value:

£45m

Architect:

Norr

Community Benefits

238

Work Placement Days

37

New Jobs

1853

Pupil/Student Visits

34

Apprenticeships & Trainees

Awards

  • Scottish Property Awards 2017 - Finalist – Public Development of the Year

Real partnership working has been demonstrated on the Royal Edinburgh Campus project, with the early involvement of Hub South East and its supply chain essential to the process, allowing us to work together from the offset to not only provide new state-of-the-art facilities, but shape the future delivery of services and make the best use of NHS Lothian assets, whilst future proofing for changes to come. As a complex phased redevelopment involving a number of services, the combined experience and input of both public and private partners on this project has been extremely beneficial and will result in a facility that delivers real benefits for patients, staff and the wider community.

Andrew Milne, Programme Director, NHS Lothian