I&G build on health portfolio with trio of repeat clients
West Yorkshire based construction company I&G have further strengthened their acute health expertise after securing new contracts with three NHS Trusts across Yorkshire. The repeat business comes off the back of several successful years delivering acute and community health care projects to help improve facilities for patients across the region.
I&Gs work has involved the remodelling of hospital wards to help tackle increasing demand and the backlog many health providers are feeling off the back of the Covid pandemic, as well as new facilities and community health settings.
This next wave of work includes further remodelling, with a key focus on sustainability as the NHS drive towards their Net Zero Carbon targets by 2040. The health care estate in the UK is one of the largest single emitters of carbon dioxide in the UK, with day-to-day operations accounting for about 5.4% of the UK’s total emissions.
Christopher Carline, I&G Managing Director, said:
“We have built a strong portfolio of health work across recent years and have become the go-to contractors for many trusts across Yorkshire who need high quality delivery in demanding environments. We adopt a single team approach with our clients and sub-contractors, working in partnership with them to be agile and find solutions.
“We are extremely proud to be continuing our work with Trusts in Sheffield, Rotherham and Leeds on these significant projects that will further enhance the patient facilities and care, as well as improving the environmental performance of the health estate locally as part of a drive for a greener NHS.”
One of the clients that I&G continues to work with is Rotherham General Hospital NHS Trust. Iain Hinnit, Rotherham General Hospital’s Director of Estates and Facilities, said:
“We’re grateful to I&G and our wider supply chain for their ongoing support throughout the pandemic and in returning to business as usual, where we will see further developments and upgrades to the estate to improve the patient, visitor and staff experience.”