ProCure21+ principal supply chain partners to highlight innovative methods being adopted to save 14% on NHS developments
A series of seminars is planned next month to highlight the innovative measures being adopted by some of the country’s leading developers to help NHS organisations save money in light of capital spending restrictions.
The four events, which will take place during April, have been organised by ProCure21+, the Department of Health’s procurement framework for estates improvement.
They will address the publication last year of the Government’s Construction Strategy, which requires all government departments and devolved bodies to reduce the cost of construction by 15-20% by 2015.
In response to this demand, the Department of Health and ProCure21+ principal supply chain partners have signed a pledge to deliver up to 14% savings for the NHS by this deadline.
The national events will include input from the framework’s six principal partners, who will demonstrate the methods being used to reduce costs. They are: Balfour Beatty, Interserve, Integrated Health Projects, Kier, Miller HPS, and Willmott Dixon.
Aimed at NHS chief executives, finance directors, capital managers and estates professionals and non-executive directors with capital planning responsibility, attendees will:
The seminars will be held in London on 16 April, Leeds on 18 April, Bristol on 23 April, and Birmingham on 25 April.
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