BGC Construction has marked its 14th project with the Royal Australian Air Force Association with the recent completion of the Alice Ross-King Care Centre, a 102-bed state-of-the-art residential care facility in Bull Creek valued at $26 million.

Built on the banks of Lake Howard, the two-storey centre offers permanent, respite and dementia care and features on-site facilities including a hairdressing salon, library, medical rooms, café and undercroft parking. The building design incorporates extensive full-height glazing to maximise natural light and offer magnificent lakeside views for residents to enjoy.

“I am extremely pleased with the way the project was managed by BGC Construction, and delivered on time and on budget with minimal impact on the existing estate,” said John Murray, Chief Executive Officer of the Royal Australian Air Force Association.

BGC Construction has worked with the RAAFA organisation for more than 15 years, including six years developing the Bull Creek Air Force Memorial Estate.

“Our long-term relationship with BGC is a direct reflection of the company’s capacity to assist us in getting the best possible outcomes from the provision of services to the veterans and seniors community of Western Australia,” said John Murray, CEO of the Royal Australian Air Force Association.

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