Peninsula Villages' Central Coast project wins MBA award

Wednesday, 02 March, 2022

Peninsula Villages' Central Coast project wins MBA award

Peninsula Villages’ 114-bed ageing-in-place development, Pozieres House built by Grindley Construction, has won a 2021 Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Award.

The Master Builders Association of NSW Excellence in Construction awards celebrate outstanding achievements by companies and individuals in the local building and construction industry. The $30 million development that opened in late 2020 won in the Aged Care Buildings up to $35 million category at the awards held on 19 February.

Designed by RZK Group and located on the NSW Central Coast, the project features specialist aged, palliative and dementia care units all housed within separate households to ensure continuity of care between staff and residents. It is made up of 111 one-bed premium rooms and three executive suites, all with private ensuites, and the building includes an onsite beauty salon, cafe, theatre lounge room, activity space, physio and wellness centre, as well as consulting rooms for easy access to GPs and allied health professionals.

Peninsula Villages has served the Central Coast community for over 40 years — and as an independent not-for-profit provider competing in a challenging industry, this award recognition marks a historic moment for the organisation.

“We were extremely proud to have partnered with Grindley Construction to develop this premium ageing-in-place development that has now been recognised by the MBA in its Excellence in Construction Awards,” said Shane Neaves, retired CEO of Peninsula Villages who led the project in 2019–2021.

“The design of Pozieres House took into consideration how we can meet the consumer directed care standards more effectively now, and into the future, as well as showcases the beautiful area and surrounds of its location,” he added.

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