Blueprint completes six-figure project for global healthcare player
Blueprint Interiors has a completed a “spectacular” new project for international health insurance and healthcare provider Bupa, the Leicestershire firm has revealed.
Ashby-based Blueprint worked alongside Enigma Wellness to transform Bupa’s new healthcare assessment centre in Cheshire.
The two companies delivered a comprehensive fit-out of the facility at Portal Business Park near Tarporley, with the project valued at six figures.
The premises began life as 3,230 sq ft of commercial office space but has now been transformed to include four treatment rooms and a pathology lab downstairs, with a further five consultation rooms upstairs, including a staff dining and training room.
Mental health and well-being are central to the design.
Hannah Dixon, lead project designer for Blueprint Interiors, said: “As with any design and build project, the real hard work is done during the discovery phase – the devil is in the detail! Working with the Enigma Wellness team in the defining stages enabled us to realise, in detail, their vision and develop that within the design. This ensured there was total clarity, and the finished outcome met all expectations. We were thrilled with the feedback from Enigma and Bupa and look forward to developing our working relationship in the future.”
Niki Fieldhouse, project & marketing manager at Enigma Wellness, said: “This is definitely the blueprint we will follow in future as the finished centre is spectacular. We are now in a perfect position to expand and create a wellness hub in the centre of Cheshire. The space was a blank canvas yet Blueprint Interiors has been able to interpret our vision into reality due to their expert knowledge and expertise of design, healthcare and CQC regulations.”
She added: “Bupa have been blown away with their attention to detail and how the requirement to combine safety and hygiene have not been compromised by the need to deliver a high-quality calming environment, befitting of a paid for healthcare experience.”