22/09/2015 - 10:22

PS Structures in $18m Bethanie job

22/09/2015 - 10:22

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PS Structures has started work on new apartments at Bethanie’s Peel project in Mandurah, marking the aged care provider’s second major development this year.

PS Structures in $18m Bethanie job
Existing housing at Bethanie Peel.

PS Structures has started work on new apartments at Bethanie’s Peel project in Mandurah, marking the aged care provider’s second major development this year.

Under an $18.5 million contract, PS Structures will construct 98 one and two-bedroom apartments at Bethanie Peel, located near Mandurah’s town centre.

The apartments will be fitted with wheelchair access, secure undercover parking, six-star energy ratings and high-quality fixtures.

Facilities within the complex will include a cafe, a barbecue alfresco dining area, a playground, a hairdressing salon, a library and lounge/activities room, a crafts room and gymnasium, and a club room.

The community housing project is being undertaken in partnership with Bethanie and the Department of Housing, and will be operated by Bethanie when completed in 2017.

“Our current amenities at Bethanie Peel allow for a fresh living alternative; offering independence and choice to people who want to really enjoy their retirement years,” Bethanie chief executive Chris How said.

“We are excited to now commence works on this new development, extending this offering to a number of other individuals and couples looking to enjoy a convenient and high quality lifestyle.”

It follows news that Pact Construction had started work on Bethanie’s $58 million aged care facility in Gwelup in July.

Bethanie Gwelup will consist of a 112-bed residential aged care facility on Karrinyup Road, as well as a church and 62 luxury apartments overlooking Lake Gwelup.

The development is a joint project between Bethanie and Scarborough Church of Christ.

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