Rennie Grove applied to CRASH for help to enhance and extend Rennie Grove’s palliative and end of life care services. The layout of the 20-year-old building no longer fulfilled the needs of today’s patients and a number of spaces and MEP services had become unreliable.
With CRASH’s support, the old leaky conservatory was removed, and a new sunroom was built. A multipurpose room was created, internal walls were removed, and the reception reconfigured to create a wider, more welcoming experience. New glazing was also installed, along with upgrades to MEP services (including lighting, power, IT and fire systems). Other works undertaken also included installation of new flooring, internal doors, a kitchenette, new bathrooms and redecoration throughout.
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