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Altro selected as supplier for ProCure23

Altro has been appointed as a recommended supplier on ProCure23 (P23), the fourth generation of the ProCure framework for the design and construction of NHS capital projects.

With extensive Altro product ranges approved within the scheme, NHS partners can access a comprehensive offering encompassing smooth and safety floors with adhesive-free options, hygienic walls, wall protection, doors, wash stations and resin floors. The P23 framework builds on the successes of three previous iterations of the ProCure framework that have delivered over £10 billion of projects for the NHS.

Altro is an experienced partner having been an approved supplier on ProCure 21 and ProCure 22. The new P23 framework will provide more flexibility for contractors and bring the latest best practice in construction methods, modern methods of construction and digital infrastructure to the NHS. It has a focus on delivering greener facilities, reducing carbon emissions throughout the process and promoting social value. Sarah de los Rios, Altro’s Commercial and Marketing Director said: “We’re proud to be recognised once again as a trusted supplier and partner, with a truly comprehensive range of Altro products included in the new P23 framework. Altro has pioneered many products and developments over the years, and it is good news that as part of P23 these will continue to contribute to creating exceptional, cost-effective and durable spaces in health and social care environments.”

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