New South Wales aged care provider Catholic Healthcare has appointed Richard Crookes Constructions to build a new residential aged care facility in Norwest in Sydney’s north-western suburbs.
The new facility caters for 104 residents.
It features a range of shared amenities, including a chapel, café, gym, hair salon and activity and lifestyle spaces for residents, their families and the community.
Catholic Healthcare general manager of property Michael Lockwood said the facility would provide homes for ageing locals.
“We are committed and focused on creating much needed additional services in Norwest for the surrounding Hills district to cater for the growing aged population,” Mr Lockwood said.
“As an organisation we continue to grow and expand our services for seniors and the community as the demand for aged care increases,” he said.
The building contract was signed at Catholic Healthcare’s Macquarie Park offices.
Representatives at the signing include David Maher, Elizabeth Oliver, Michael Lockwood, Mark Ardouin, Iulia Brooks from Catholic Healthcare, Jamie Crookes, David Sharp and Martin Patience from Richard Crookes Constructions and Nick Winberg from Centurion Group.
Construction of the facility commenced this month.
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