BAM Construction has been chosen as preferred bidder for the construction of an £18 million unit to care for very sick and premature babies at Glan Clwyd Hospital. The scheme is known as the Sub-Regional Neonatal Intensive Care Centre (SuRNICC).
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) has made the appointment after funding was announced by Vaughan Gething, the Welsh Government’s health secretary.
Construction has just commenced and the new development is expected to open in 2018. The first new build phase of works will complete in Autumn 2017.
The project re-unites BAM’s Rob Bailey with the hospital for whom he has previously delivered the cancer treatment centre, just a few years ago. Mr Bailey, who lives nearby in Deeside, is currently completing the new Urgent Care and Trauma facilities for Aintree Hospital.