The project involved the remediation and clearance of a previously occupied site, and the construction of a new 76 bed care home facility together with associated circulation areas, car parking, footpaths, drainage, landscaping.
The care home was constructed using a traditional load bearing masonry method. External materials include a variety of brick, reconstituted face stone, reconstituted rubble face stone and brick band quoin relief work.
Works included new boundary walls between adjoining properties, construction of a 4m deep basement constructed of waterproof concrete including temporary works, sheet piling, de-watering and ground stabilisation below the care home with back of house kitchen, laundry and staff facilities, pumped drainage, sprinkler and bathrooms.
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