Nehemiah UCHA – Plummer House, Birmingham


The refurbishment of Plummer House in Aston, Birmingham will provide  a retirement living facility, consisting of an extensive upgrade and reconfiguration of the circulation space.  Construction works include architectural and electrical upgrades in order to comply with the 2014 Building Regulations.  The overall aim of the development is to improve the general feel and experience for both visitors and residents.


Careful management of construction works due to continued occupation of building whilst works progress.

Fellows Add Value:

The Fellows team provided robust and detailed procurement advice during the initial stages of this project, to ensure that the procurement route and subsequent building contract suited the nature of the scheme and the client’s needs. This included the procurement of additional design advice and performance specifications to remove certain aspects of risk from the scheme prior to tender.

Robust value engineering has also been undertaken at a variety of stages, and has been key to the success of this development.