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J S Wright lands £800,000 housing for the elderly contract

Birmingham-based building services provider J S Wright has won an £800,000 contract to design and install the mechanical services for a new multi-million-pound extra care scheme in Gravesend for residential care and supported homes provider Abbeyfield Kent Society.
J S Wright lands £800,000 housing for the elderly contract
Valley Lodge will provide 56 high-quality apartments in a timber-framed three-storey development designed to achieve the BREEAM Excellent rating to replace an outdated residential care home on the same site.
J S Wright has been commissioned by construction, civil engineering and property services business Osborne to design and install energy saving CHP (combined heat and power) boilers, solar-powered hot and cold water distribution, and a rainwater harvesting system for toilet flushing.
The company will also fit a mechanical ventilation system, an above-ground soil and waste disposal, and automatic power controls for Valley Lodge, which will feature modern services including a restaurant, lounge, gym, shop and hairdressers.
J S Wright is scheduled to start work on site in this month for a July 2011 completion, with the first residents due to move in by September 2011.
4 January 2011


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