Redworth wins contracts for three care homes in the north


Posted on September 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Redworth Construction has secured a contracts worth £7 million to build three care homes – two in Leeds and one in Crook, near Bishop Auckland in County Durham.

Redworth managing director Howard Rogers said the contracts were with three different clients – Rievaulx Lodge in Armley, Leeds for Meridian Healthcare; Colton Lodges in Colton, Leeds for BUPA (Redworth;s first job for BUPA); and West Lodge for West Lodge Care Homes in Crook. Work is now under way on all three homes.


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