A 1.7m nursing home near Shipley has opened for business this month, following the successful completion of a fourteen month building project by QSP Construction.
The Glen Nursing Home in Baildon, which will operate as a specialist dementia care home, includes 56 single en-suite bedrooms and state-of-the-art facilities such as reminiscence pods, a sensory room, cinema and hairdressing salon.
The Glen is the latest in a series of regional building projects won by Bingley based QSP Construction and was built for was built for The Glen Nursing Home Ltd whose owners – The Holt family – also own and operate Kingston Nursing Home in Roundhay, Leeds.
QSP’s current project portfolio also includes a new church and guest wing at Stanbrook Abbey near Thirsk (£2.5m), eleven bespoke homes in Ranmoor, Sheffield (£2.8m) and a new £750,000 visitor centre at Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet near Sheffield.
Director of The Glen Nursing Home, Daniel Holt, said:
“The Glen was designed specifically for people with dementia.
“We wanted a purpose-built modern facility to serve the people of Baildon.
“QSP overcame a number of challenges on site and have delivered an exceptional quality building. We’re delighted with the final result.”
QSP director Andrew Walker said:
“The Glen is a striking, purpose-built care home which reflects the exacting standards in construction we strive to achieve in all our projects.”