Avery Healthcare has marked a milestone in the construction of its Astbury Manor care home in Bracknell, Berkshire.

A topping out ceremony, attended by the Mayor of Bracknell Ash Merry, was held for the three-storey, 64 bed new care home that contractor Natta is building for Avery.

Adrian Doyle, director of developments for Avery Healthcare, said: “Avery are delighted to together with Natta deliver a stunning asset to service the local community in Bracknell. We feel that with this project we have found a long term partner to continue developing care homes. We look forward to opening the doors to Astbury Manor in the Spring of 2017.”

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John Whelan, Natta MD added: “We are pleased to have been awarded this project by Avery, to fit out a care home based on our experience of work carrying out complex civil engineering groundworks in prior projects for them. Natta seeks to differentiate from others through our high quality, professional approach, delivering to the aims of our clients, adjoining neighbours and the surrounding environment.”

Councillor Merry commented: “It has been a great pleasure to see first-hand what I’m sure will be a fantastic facility for local people who need a little more assistance in their daily lives. This is a wonderful example of dignity empowering people to live full lives even if they need to relocate for whatever reason. We wish Avery and Natta every success and look forward to the opening and to the moving in of the first residents.”

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