Two big contracts for Castleoak Construction

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

Specialist contractor Castleoak Construction has started work on two major care home building contracts. The first is a £2.4 million contract to design and build a new 58-bed residential care home for the Anchor Trust in Caterham. The second is a £2.8 million contract to design and build a 110-bed nursing home in Hemel Hempstead. The Caterham project is the first within Anchor Trust’s externalisation programme for Surrey County Council. Work began on the site in February. The home will be located at Caterham Village, a new urban village being developed by Linden Homes on the site of former army barracks which, when complete. will include residential, retail and commercial accommodation. Due for completion in December, the contract involves the design and build of the home as well as the provision of all the necessary fixtures, fittings and equipment. The accommodation is arranged into four group living units, and all residents will have single en-suite bedrooms. Anchor and Castleoak say they are going to gr

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