The Chamwell Centre Charity has appointed building contractor Speller Metcalfe to deliver a £5.1m, state-of-the-art children’s centre in the grounds of The Milestone School in Longlevens, Gloucester.
Family-owned building contractor Speller Metcalfe, who work from offices in Gloucester, Wolverhampton and Malvern, have extensive experience in delivering accessible, extra-care facilities, including a student accommodation block for young people with disabilities at National Star College in Cheltenham which was awarded the title of ‘West of England’s Most Inclusive Building.’
Joint-owner of Speller Metcalfe, Andy Metcalfe, said: “Speller Metcalfe are delighted to be working on this fantastic project to realise The Chamwell Centre Charity’s vision of a ground-breaking, fully inclusive facility which is set to support the needs and transform the lives of disabled adults and children across Gloucestershire.”
Chair of The Chamwell Centre Charity Trustees, Dr Marie Owen, congratulated Speller Metcalfe on their successful bid to build The Chamwell Centre. “The charity very much looks forward to working closely with the Speller Metcalfe team in achieving our vision to enhance the well-being of all those with disability by providing opportunities to improve physical fitness, to access a range of therapies, sports and leisure activities, and to increase social opportunities within The Chamwell Centre.”