Healthcare projects


Clifford House

Clifford House is run by St Luke’s Hospice and is a place for those with incurable illnesses to go and relax and get the support they need.

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Having already worked with St Luke’s Hospice on a previous project we were delighted to work with them again to furnish the new Clifford House.

The brief was to supply comfortable furniture that would make its users feel comfortable and want to spend time there.

Head of Clifford House Services commented - "The patients’ comments have been fantastic – So thank you so much! Once again thank you for all of your hard work with this and thank you to the boys who were great as always!" 

Other Projects

Clifford House

Clifford House

Clifford House is run by St Luke’s Hospice and is a place for those with incurable illnesses to go and relax and get the support they need.

Tan-Y-Fron Extra Care Scheme

Tan-Y-Fron Extra Care Scheme

Tan-Y-Fron is a new purpose built Extra Care development located one mile from Llandudno in North Wales. It provides high quality, purpose built apartments for rent or purchase to people over 60 with a domiciliary care need. The idea was to create a comfortable, convenient, safe and secure place to promote an independent lifestyle whilst having 24 hour on site domiciliary care if needed. From the design of the building to the furnishings placed in each area, every detail was carefully thought out to enable the ease of mobility and accommodate technology.

Frome Medical Centre

Frome Medical Centre

"Momentum are the main reason we have been able to achieve a build that stands head and shoulders above others within its category" – Mark Vose (Frome Medical Practice)

St Luke's Hospice, Sheffield

St Luke's Hospice, Sheffield

St Luke’s Hospice plays a central part in the network of palliative care, nursing and support services in Sheffield. They care for people aged 18 and over who have incurable illnesses. Accommodating 20 patients in 14 single rooms and 2 three-bedded rooms they aim to control symptoms, alleviate pain and give people the best quality of life – all free of charge. Government funding via the NHS Sheffield Clinical Commission Group covers a proportion of the income needed. The other two thirds of the funds needed to keep the Hospice running is raised by the hospice Charity.

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