The firm won the job through the Pro-Cure 22 healthcare framework.
The Trust announced last week that £12m had been secured through the NHS Property Services to progress its redevelopment plans through to full business case and approval by its governing body.
Paul Cleminson, BAM’s Construction Director, said: “Hospitals are complex buildings. The ProCure22 framework is an excellent way to tender major capital works because it allows early engagement for all the key partners to price it more completely and to identify and minimise the risks.
“It also means we form partnerships at the outset. That is a beneficial way to proceed when delivering something as much needed and important to local people as these new facilities are.”
Experienced health sector designers Medical Architecture will partner BAM to carry out a full detailed technical design to allow the scheme to go to planning. The two companies have worked together on previous healthcare schemes.
BAM has recently commenced work on a cardiac hybrid theatre and inter-operative MRI facility for Leeds Children’s Hospital.
Last year it handed over a critical care unit and other works to Bradford Royal Infirmary while across the Pennines, it also delivered a suite of new critical care buildings for Aintree Hospital.