construction, health, Ogilvie

Ogilvie completes £10 million health project

OGILVIE Construction has handed over the key to a revitalised hospital in north east Fife. Adamson hospital – and the adjoining Cupar Health Centre - were extended and refurbished in a £10 million project by Ogilvie, working for NHS Fife. At a ceremony to mark the completion of the redevelopment, Arthur Morris, the chairman of… Continue reading Ogilvie completes £10 million health project

construction, health, Ogilvie

Ogilvie completes work on £9 million project

OGILVIE Construction has completed building work on a £9 million project to extend and refurbish the former Chalmers Hospital in Edinburgh into a new Sexual Health Centre. The new NHS Lothian facility opened its doors to the public on June 7, 2011. The historic building has served the people of Lothian for over 140 years.… Continue reading Ogilvie completes work on £9 million project

construction, health, Ogilvie, public sector

New Year start for £10 million hospital project

BUILDING work is starting in the New Year on a £10 million project to modernise Adamson Hospital in Cupar, Fife. Ogilvie Construction is carrying out the work on behalf of NHS Fife. Construction work is expected to start at the Bank Street site in early January – with an official sod cutting ceremony taking place… Continue reading New Year start for £10 million hospital project

environment, health, public sector

Green MSP to mark hospital’s environmental work

The joint leader of the Scottish Green Party is to plant a tree at St. John's Hospital in Livingston today (Monday, May 23). MSP Robin Harper will mark the hospital's accreditation with ISO 14001 - an international award given to organisations which demonstrate high environmental standards. Mr Harper, whose regional constituency covers Livingston, is expected… Continue reading Green MSP to mark hospital’s environmental work

community, health, public sector

New health complex in Midlothian

A NEW health centre in Midlothian opened its doors to patients today (Monday, May 16). The new Bonnyrigg Health Centre provides homes for three GP practices, along with district nurses, health visitors, midwives, physiotherapists and other health workers. The building, at 109-111 High Street, replaces the existing centre at 35-37 High Street. David White, the… Continue reading New health complex in Midlothian

community, health, public sector

£8m health complex treats 50,000 patient

A PIONEERING Lothian health complex has treated its 50,000th patient. The £8 million Leith Community Treatment Centre, just off Great Junction Road, was opened last July by the then health minister Malcolm Chisholm. It provides a wide range of outpatient and day services for adults and children living in Leith and surrounding areas of north-east… Continue reading £8m health complex treats 50,000 patient