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What is the ProCure23 framework?

ProCure23 (P23) is the fourth generation of the ProCure framework for the design and construction of NHS capital projects in England. P23 enables NHS clients to quickly access experienced and proficient partners to support excellence in all aspects of NHS capital project delivery, including business case development/approval, sustainability, design, construction (including modern methods), disruption mitigation, benefit realisation and optimised occupation.

How can I work with Willmott Dixon on my healthcare project?

Working alongside Mace, a fellow award-winning contractor via a FAC-1 Framework Alliance Contract under the collaboration ‘MWD Healthcare’, we have been appointed to all three value bands of the P23 framework, which break down as follows:

  • Projects valued below £20m – led by Willmott Dixon and supported by Mace
  • Projects between £20m to £70m - led by Willmott Dixon and supported by Mace
  • Projects worth more than £70m – led by Mace and supported by Willmott Dixon

The MWD Healthcare alliance allows P23 Framework users to draw on the complementary skills and combined expertise and capacity of both firms for construction projects of any scale and complexity, offering a more holistic service for a consistent delivery of all project values.

What healthcare projects have Willmott Dixon delivered?

We have delivered over 100 health sector projects within the last decade, this includes master plans and estate strategies, new and refurbished wards, and specialist units such as theatres, oncology, maternity, endoscopy, emergency departments, public realm and car parking facilities.

We know how to work in 'live' environments without disrupting the flow of a busy hospital, and our track record extends across England and Wales, from assisting Dorset County Hospital with an emergency department expansion, to creating a new Central Sterile Services Department in Liverpool. In 2021 our Pears Building - Institute of Immunity and Transplantation project for the Royal Free Charity was recognised by Construction News as its Project of the Year (over £50m), based on our team's ability to build out an extremely complex health and R&D facility that met the customer's requirements.