Bramber were selected to carry out a major new build and refurbishment to this remarkable institution with an inspiring history, who’s supporters include the Royal Family.
he Queen Alexandra Hospital Home (QAHH) is a local facility that was founded in 1919 to support casualties in the First World War who were permanently disabled. Subsequently QAHH moved from Roehampton to Worthing and made its permanent home there. Each year it provides care and rehabilitation to more than 100 physically disabled ex-servicemen and servicewomen and their dependants.
Key successes of the project included:
- Working closely with the management team and care staff to minimise disruption to the residents’ rehabilitation
- Ensuing safe access at all times, including providing temporary ramps and handrails where needed
I have been impressed and awed by the achievements of QAHH and spoke of their contribution in Parliament. My many visits to the Hospital Home are rewarded by the sense of peace, purpose and most of all the dignity that the residents have.Sir Peter Bottomley, MP