The Projex healthcare division has been praised by clients for its pro-activeness and ability to meet company business objectives, both in the delivery of new build schemes as well as due diligence services, at a time when the sector is undergoing a major evolution in terms of delivery, service expectations and funding.
Currently delivering 1,000 new beds, Projex already works with a number of leading, award-winning healthcare operators providing project management, cost consultancy and principal designer services. This includes advising the first dementia provider in the UK to achieve an ‘Outstanding’ Inspection from the CQC and a groundbreaking £7m care village in York, The Chocolate Works, to create arguably one of the most innovative and inspirational care environments in the country.
With major changes in funding and investment expected in the sector in the next few years, Projex is capitalising on the wealth of individual experience across its team in order to meet the growth in demand for property acquisition and disposal services.
Such experience includes surveys on 5,000 beds across the UK ranging from portfolios to major individual care homes, with due diligence advice including the co-ordination of M&E services, fire insurance inspections and revaluations, statutory compliance surveys and health and safety audits.
Here’s what clients of Projex have to say:
“Projex provides a proactive delivery from initial design review through the construction delivery on site, becoming an integral part of our delivery team.”
James Rycroft, Managing Director, Vida Healthcare, one of the UK’s leading and ground-breaking dementia care providers; Vida Hall is the first dementia facility in the UK to achieve an Outstanding Inspection by the CQC.
“Projex has managed all projects across our Yorkshire portfolio over the last 20 years from internal refurbishment and reconfigurations to large scale new build facilities.
“Their knowledge and proactive approach has enabled us to expand our business quickly.”
Graeme Lee, CEO, Springfield Healthcare Group, owner of The Chocolate Works and Seacroft Grange Care Village. The latter won best residential award in the RICS Pro-Yorkshire awards 2014, the first time in the event’s 24-year history that a care development has won this award in the Yorkshire and Humber region. It was also the first project in Yorkshire to attract finance from the Business Growth Fund (BGF) and also the BGF’s first healthcare project in the country.
“Phil and his building colleagues provided national service on a wide range of properties including due diligence portfolios as part of our wider due diligence team over a 10 year period as Craegmoor Healthcare expanded its portfolio from 50 – 5,000 beds. They were able to respond quickly and professionally to enable our business to react to market opportunities.”
Mike Stratford, Deputy CEO, Craegmoor Healthcare, the country’s leading independent provider of support for people with learning disabilities, autism, complex needs and mental health problems as well as older people.
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