It’s been a significant time for two high profile projects we’re working on at different ends of the country.
Following the completion of enabling works at the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital in Gobowen – just a few miles from our Shropshire HQ – we’re now on to the first stage of the main build for the new veterans’ centre.
It will be the UK’s first dedicated orthopaedic centre for armed forces veterans and will include examination and treatment rooms, a cafe, a dedicated hub for veteran’s support and clinical teaching and training space. Read more about this pioneering project here.
Meanwhile in Devon, we’ve broken ground on the second rehoming centre we are building for the charity, Cats Protection, in Exeter.
This £3.4m contract will see the flagship adoption centre built on the ground of its Exeter Axhayes facility that will be capable to housing around 750 cats a year. Click here to find out more.
Our appointment follows on from the successful completion of a £2.1m rehoming centre we built for the charity in Wrexham in 2019.
Managing Director Steven Owen said: “These are two very different projects, but they are equally important to the organisations behind them and will receive the same standard of construction excellence we’ve built our reputation.
“What is more, both are repeat clients for Pave Aways, which is testament to our ability to deliver a high quality finish and excellent customer service.”