Sutcliffe wins £50m extracare contract

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

Civil and structural engineering company Sutcliffe has been appointed on seven new extracare housing projects throughout the North West, worth about £50m in total.

The projects will be carried out over the next two years in Blackburn, Trafford and North Manchester, as well as two projects in Wirral and two in Blackpool. Clients include Housing 21, Cruden, Bramalls Great Places, G&J Seddon, Northwards Housing and Wates.

Sutcliffe will provide a bespoke service for each development, incorporating full site investigations and surveys, civil and structural design work and the provision of a CDMC (Construction Design and Management Co-ordinator) service. The new projects will vary in size and design, from three/four storey new builds and partial conversions of existing low-rise buildings, to the development of a 15-storey tower block with new build communal facilities at ground floor.

Sutcliffe managing director John Sutcliffe said his company had a strong track record in the sector, with &po

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