Stepnell completes construction of luxury care homes
The construction company Stepnell has completed building works on two £9M ‘new generation’ luxury care homes on behalf of a care home developer company, Frontier, and care home provider, Baycroft, in Flitwick and Fairfield in Bedfordshire.
The two ultra-modern development each feature 75 bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and stylist communal spaces for dining, socialising, and relaxing, with such communal rooms including the likes of a cinema room, gym, café, hair and beauty salon, as well as guest accommodation and a children’s play area.
Stepnell’s Rugby Regional Director, Rob Speirs stated: “We were delighted to have been chosen by Frontier as its construction partner and we are so pleased to have delivered these care homes to a high specification that meets the individual needs of residents.
“Stepnell is continuing to increase its portfolio of high-end luxury care homes in the UK, with health and care being one of our biggest sectors. Our delivery teams and care specialists understand how the final details of the finish make a practical difference to the buildings and residents, and we are really proud to have helped provide this modern, beautifully designed living space.”
Furthermore, the developments will additionally feature new planting in order to improve the landscape and gardens with outdoor seating and social spaces which will allow residents to enjoy the outdoors.
The Head of Construction for Frontier, Luke Harris added: “Today marks the culmination of many months of hard work and dedication from the Stepnell team. John Neil and his team have worked tirelessly to provide two landmark care homes befitting of the contemporary brand and vision of our care home partner Baycroft.
“We are absolutely delighted to have witnessed these schemes develop from the ground into the contemporary, high end care homes they have become. These homes are half of the portfolio we are delivering for Baycroft and we look forward to seeing the buildings fully operational in the near future.”
Stepnell’s team in Rugby carried out construction after commissioning the designing skills of Harris Irwin Associates architecture firm, and after also demolishing several garages and a derelict house.
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