Halsall wins £6.8m Avery construction contract


Halsall Construction has won a contract to build a £6.8m Avery care home in Bristol.

Construction of the purpose-built 77-bed care home, which is designed by Harris Irwin Architects, will begin later this month with completion scheduled for spring 2019.

Andy Corp, Halsall Managing Director, said: “We are delighted to be working with Avery again on this exciting scheme to provide high quality nursing care for elderly, frail and memory care residents.”

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The home is Halsall’s second Avery scheme following its recently opened facility in Downend, Bristol.

The facility will be build over three storeys with 27 beds on the ground floor, 27 beds on the first floor and 23 beds on the second floor.

Each floor will have a dining area and a café/coffee lounge. The care home will also include a kitchen, staff facilities, laundry room, plant room, salon and therapy room, cinema and library.

An Avery spokesperson told Care Home Professional: “Halsall completed a first class job in delivering a stunning new care home to our design; they were therefore in a strong position to bid for our further business.

“Avery has one of the most active nationwide development programmes amongst the larger care groups with a landbank of sites set for build in the coming years, and is still considering new sites as they become available.”

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