McLaughlin & Harvey secures another University of Edinburgh development
McLaughlin & Harvey has been appointed main contractor of the multi-million pound Equine Diagnostics, Surgical & Critical Care Unit (EDSCCU) project at the University of Edinburgh’s Easter Bush Campus in Edinburgh.
The project will comprise the construction of an Equine Diagnostics, Surgical & Critical Care Unit along with upgrades to the existing Equine Hospital.
The new facility will consist of four integral parts – a specialised diagnostics and triage area for evaluating emergency cases, two operating theatres plus a new standing surgery suite, a dedicated critical care unit comprising of six suites, and support space to deliver on-site teaching and education for students as well as supporting clients.
The contract is the third secured by McLaughlin & Harvey after the University of Edinburgh selected the contractor to deliver its £28 million Data Technology Institute and a £25m contract for a new building complex at it Easter Bush Campus was won by partner firm Barr Construction.
Paul Griffen, construction director at McLaughlin & Harvey, said: “To be awarded this prestigious contract for The University of Edinburgh is testament to the reputation we’ve built up for delivering high-quality developments for our clients.
“Following on from the Easter Bush Innovation Centre project and the award for the construction and fit-out of the Data Technology Institute Building, this project is our third new build development we have on-going for the University at present.”