Peachment Place, Extra Care Facility, Bury
Design and construction of a new Extra Care Facility comprising 60 purpose built extra care apartments for the over 55’s.
The scheme includes communal space, bistro, hair & beauty salon, spa bathroom along with external boundary treatments, hard and soft landscaping, drainage and service supplies.
The project, on behalf of Bury Council, offers local people an alternative to moving in a residential care home.
The building is 3 storeys in height, in a horseshoe type arrangement, encompassing a courtyard area in the main entrance.
The accommodation offers 60 apartments with 14 one bed apartments and 46 two bed flats. The scheme also includes residents quarters and care facilities and extensive landscaping and gardens.
237.5 Apprentice Weeks Created 100% Waste Recycled 46 Work Opportunity Weeks Created 40/50 Considerate Constructors Score
Located within a residential area with a local cemetery and recreational centre in the near vicinity EWC showed sensitivity throughout the construction period ensuring minimum disruption to the local community.
This brownfield site required a number of alterations and extensions to the existing utilities and services.
During the build EWC offered work experience opportunities and apprenticeship weeks on site, working with us and our supply chain.
We also hosted site tours, talks on architecture, engineering and construction topics, along with careers presentations for local students and young people.
Our team worked closely with the client providing them with information on robust materials and equipment, life cycle maintenance as well as capital cost enabling them to make informed decisions in the context of long term operational requirements.