Recognising that health provider organisations throughout the world are managing significant capital expenditure across a broad range of projects, Currie & Brown adopts a ‘whole-system’ approach. We have a comprehensive understanding of healthcare systems, how they work and the estate that best fits these systems.

As well as advising on new build, we support health service organisations in transformation programmes and resultant estates’ reconfiguration. We support the strategic development and deliver solutions that increase yield, drive efficiency and achieve continued improvement of the services delivery and property portfolios of our healthcare clients.

We operate for public sector organisations, private providers, funding institutions and outsource providers of healthcare globally. Our projects include:

  • Reviewing the acute services provision and subsequent reconfiguration or new build of hospitals in the UK, including one of the largest in Europe.
  • Overseeing and structuring Mexico’s country-wide healthcare PPP initiative. For eight hospitals we were responsible for feasibility studies, risk analysis and dispute resolution. We supported the government throughout the tender process.
  • Providing strategic, business case and implementation services for mental healthcare provision in high/medium/low secure facilities in the UK.
  • Re-configuring the accident and emergency department of a major London hospital.
  • Providing strategic, business case and implementation services for primary care facilities, working with the National Health Service and other public sector partners in the UK.

Currie & Brown’s Healthy Breakfast Seminars

1 March 2017: Digital design in healthcare – making IT work

Click on the title to see the presentation slides:

BIM Case Study: Extension of Queen Silvia’s Children’s Hospital  

Anders Rosell, Project Manager

WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff

10 Things You Wish You Knew About BIM

Nick Ainscough, BIM Development Lead, Studio Associate

IBI Group and

Ian Mitchell, Director, Currie & Brown

Chase Farm – The Digital Hospital

Katie Tew, Lead Nurse for Clinical Informatics

Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust