Project Information
Project name: UK: Orkney Balfour hospital project
Project description:

Development of Balfour hospital and Kirkwall dental centre in Orkney. This project is to be pursued as a Non-Profit Distributing project.

The winning bidder will design, build, finance and maintain a new hospital on a site in Orkney with an estimated total value of £180-£220m, over 25 years.

Robertson and the Canmore Partnership are now the two teams left in the running for the £180-£220m scheme to design, build, finance and maintain a new hospital on a site in Orkney.

The announcement means that a Farrans/Equitix joint venture has been dropped from the process, after being shortlisted in October last year.

A preferred bidder for the deal is scheduled to be announced in October this year, with construction due to begin in late spring 2016 in time for the hospital to open in the summer of 2018.

Related articles:

10 April 2015 - Orkney hospital NPD down to two 

31 October 2014 - Three shortlisted for Balfour Hospital
22/07/2014 - Tender launched for Orkney NPD

Type: PPP
Sector: Health
Region: UK - Scotland
Current status: Shortlist - 31/10/2014
Contract Terms
Duration: 25 years
Capital value: £59.00m
Public Sector Procuror Details
Authority/Commssioning body: NHS Orkney
Scottish Futures Trust
Public sector contact: NHS Orkney
Project Offices, Balfour Hospital, New Scapa Road, Orkney
Contact point(s): Albert Tait
KW15 1BH Kirkwall
Telephone: +44 1856888103
Private Sector Shortlist
Consortium name: Canmore
Private sector shareholders: Canmore Partnership Ltd - Shareholders
Consortium name: Robertson
Private sector shareholders: Robertson Group - Shareholders

This page was last updated on:
10 April 2015.


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