Kier awarded Four Seasons contract

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

Kier Southern, part of the Kier Group, has been awarded a £3.4m contract to build a new residential care home and day care centre for Four Seasons Health Care, the biggest operator of care homes in the UK. Kier says the 2300m2 care home based in Roehampton, South West London, will comprise a steel frame constructed on concrete footings, featuring a brick and block envelope with metal stud partitions throughout the ground and first floor. Associated mechanical, electrical and lift installation work will also be carried out. The building will house 39 elderly residents and in addition will provide day care for up to 40 elderly people. Work on the brownfield site (the project is replacing Four Seasons¹ 52-bed Holybourne care home) has already started and is due for completion in October.

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