David Bailey Furniture Systems, leading manufacturer and supplier of fitted furniture for the healthcare and education sectors, has been contracted to supply fitted furniture from its HTM 63 range for the new Gravesham Community Project.
The specialist contract for this project is worth almost £145,000, with the contractor YJL Construction Ltd expected to complete the work in early 2006.
David Bailey Furniture Systems’ HTM 63 range of suspended storage units and worktops is manufactured to a high specification. The suspended style makes them ideal for theatre suites and where a particularly rigid floor-cleaning regime is required. A combination of suspended units, as well as shelving, worktops and drawer units, was specified by award-winning, Steffian Bradley Architects.
“David Bailey Furniture Systems’ HTM 63 range meets our specific requirements and offers us a unique combination of durability and aesthetically-pleasing design at a competitive price,” commented Carrie Samson of Steffian Bradley Architects.
The £23.4 million Gravesham Community Project is a joint venture between Dartford, Gravesham and Swanley Primary Care Trusts and Kent County Council Social Services. It lies at the heart of the town and will provide a wide range of health and social care services, including a 6,000 square metre Outpatient and Therapies suite, with diagnostic support facilities over two floors and 5,000 square metres of intermediate care and residential care over three floors including 102 en-suite care beds.
David Bailey’s Healthline and HTM 63 ranges of fitted furniture are firmly established as the market-leading brand for the healthcare sector. Specifications extend from doctors’ surgeries and health centres to large hospital developments.Case study date: February 19, 2014