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Healthcare Development of the Year awarded at the Scottish Property Awards

A win for the National Treatment Centre, Highland

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Paul Gilligan, Partner


01 March 2024

Alongside NHS Highland, Oberlanders are awarded ‘Healthcare Development of the Year’ at the Scottish Property Awards 2024.

The Scottish Property Awards 2024 winners were announced on Thursday 29th February. The independent competition is judged by a panel of experts drawn from across the sector, bringing together industry experience and market knowledge to recognise the greatest achievements in the built environment across Scotland.

Oberlanders and NHS Highland are extremely proud to have been awarded Healthcare Development of the Year for the National Treatment Centre, Highland. 

The development is an elective care facility that provides local communities in the north of Scotland with state-of-the-art ophthalmology and orthopaedic healthcare. Featuring a high proportion of natural light, sensitive and contextual interior design, and careful connection with the landscape, the completed project is human-centric in its feel and flow, with patients never more than thirty seconds from their treatment destination.

The facility has successfully reduced waiting times, improved health outcomes and transformed the environment for staff and patients.

Read more about the project here
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L-R: Martin Sim (Balfour Beatty), Catriona Hill (Oberlanders), Mark Coffey (Oberlanders), Doreen Bell (NHS Highland), Mark Pettie (Oberlanders), Kevin Minnock (NHS Highland), Laurence Casserly (Thomson Gray), Paul Gilligan (Oberlanders), Esther Macias (Oberlanders)

The National Treatment Centre is a stellar example of the power of stakeholder-led healthcare building design, resulting in a facility built around care and compassion for patients, staff and visitors alike. We are proud to have partnered with NHS Highland, Balfour Beatty and the whole design team to bring this vision to life.

Partner and Healthcare lead

Paul Gilligan

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