The contract is the first win through the Procure 21+ framework by Miller HPS since the firm secured its place on the programme last year.
Andrew Cartwright, Director, Miller HPS, said: “We are delighted to have been appointed by South Devon Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust for this five year programme of work.
“Our first class principle supply chain provides a depth of strength and the capabilities to give confidence to our client’s in both our delivery of projects and the maintenance of long term relationship.
“We anticipate to be starting the first phase of works at Torbay Hospital in September this year.”
Chris Webster, Chief Executive, Miller Construction, said: “Following a review of our strategy, we are giving major consideration to the projects where we can best fulfil the needs of the client.
“Our process means that we can give the best of our attention at all times, and has reinforced our delivery model, to deliver service-led solutions as opposed to only construction led designs.
“We are looking forward to commencing works and to securing our next programme through the framework.”
Works for South Devon Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust are predominantly refurbishment and mechanical and electrical across the Trusts property estate.
The first project at Torbay Hospital will see the provision of a new boiler house and services infrastructure.
Cartwright joined Miller from Laing O’Rourke last month to boost work in the health sector.