The Care Annex Company has launched a new generation of modular care accommodation, which it recently exhibited at the NEC Care Show.
This innovative modular design is the creation of Commercial Development Surveyor, Mark Fitzsimmons and Steel Fabricator, Mike Kearney who between them have over 45 years experience in the construction sector. They recognized an opportunity to bring together the strengths of factory built modular steel construction to meet the growing demand of the care and senior living sector.
The company’s mission is to manufacture factory built care modules which are delivered to site ready built and craned into position, offering a quick and cost effective solution to the family care, care home, public and hotel sectors.
The design and size is flexible and built to a client’s requirement and budget. Features can include an optional integral personal care hoist, which can lift up to 450kg, air conditioning, a fully accessible wet room, kitchen and carer’s bedroom if required.
This flexible design enables modules to be bolted together to provide a quick solution for multiple bedroom extensions to existing care facilities; the lightweight construction does not require traditional foundations therefore saving time, disruption and expense.
For more details visit www.careannexcompany.com