We have been working with Care Home Service Providers for over thirty five years, helping them provide high quality residential care buildings that are well considered and suitable for the care services offered.
Our experience tells us that it is important for residents to feel confident knowing that they have choice and independence, and that the accommodation can cater to their changing needs and requirements, and ultimately making them feel comfortable at all times.
We also understand the business needs of the Care Service Providers, and the legislative and statutory frameworks they operate within. As such, we are familiar with the accommodation requirements offered by the Care Quality Commission, and we also understand that Care Homes are also places of work.
We believe that we are able to deploy our skills and experience, to the advantage of Care Service Providers, and for the benefit of the residents and families they serve.
This was a project that the Architects tackled with enthusiasm, particularly given the difficult site constraints. The design specifications were well prepared, and the contract approach and tender constitution were well researched. The difficulties in programming, including deferred start dates, bad weather, unknown ground conditions, were all investigated thoroughly, and solved with due urgency. We were always kept informed with regular site meetings, which typically involved all contractors and consultants. Communication between you and the teams have been good, with useful open discussions when difficulties arose. Throughout the works, Vagdia and Holmes were on the ball, helping find solutions which were well researched and founded.Vice Chair, P Amery, St Andrew’s House, Earlsdon, Coventry (2013)