Brightwater cleans up

Aged and disabled care providers the Brightwater Care Group has recently opened a $5.8 million development in Malaga Business Park.

The purpose-built corporate kitchen and state of the art laundry was developed in partnership with the WA state government.

The development in Meka Street is part of Brightwater Care Group’s planned $30 million, four year expansion and redevelopment program.

Brightwater Care Group CEO Penny Flett said the expansion of accommodation facilities has made the centralisation of both the laundry and kitchen plants a necessity.

Recently a sixty bed facility was opened at Innaloo and two more facilities at Joondalup and Waikiki are due for completion later this year.

A new sixty bed facility is also due to be built at Subiaco and aged care facilities at the group’s Inglewood site will be redeveloped before the end of 2000.

“The provision of laundry and food services from one site has been the subject of much debate for several years and to this end the decision was made in 1998 to purchase land at Malaga and build a modern kitchen and state of the art laundry,” Dr Flett said.


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