Traditional topping out ceremony marks latest milestone for Caring Homes


The final trim has been secured on the roof of a new luxury care home in West Sussex as part of a traditional topping out ceremony to mark the latest milestone at the development.

The final roof tile, at the care home in Broadbridge Heath, West Sussex, was fitted by Donna Boobyer, Senior Commissioning Manager for Caring Homes and Kevin Coleman, Construction Manager for Caring Homes, in the presence of  the site manager Derek Paramanis.

Broadbridge Park, a Caring Homes residence in the village of Broadbridge Heath, West Sussex, is a 70 bed, purpose-built home designed to meet existing and future demand for residential, nursing and dementia care in the area.

Donna Boobyer, Senior Commissioning Manager for Caring Homes said: “It is very exciting for everyone involved that we have reached this milestone at Broadbridge Park. We will now all be working hard to get the home fitted out inside and recruit staff ready to welcome our first residents next year.” 

Broadbridge Park has been designed with many eye-catching design details. The living accommodation is state of the art, with a wealth of communal areas for socialising and activities. Facilities will include a bistro area, private dining room, cinema, hair salon, quiet lounges, activity rooms and a private dining room for residents and their visitors to enjoy at any time. There’s a choice of individually-designed bedroom schemes which all feature an en-suite wet room to promote independence and privacy.




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