The space experienced a remarkable transformation and is now fit for purpose to highlight the support available. The change involved making a suitable training area along with a multi-purpose area at the back, as well as a touch down space available along with all electrics and a new fuse box. A small meeting room has been created to hold one on one meetings.
Boost@184 staff are very excited about what they can now do to help create better opportunities for the local community.
“Our BOOST projects have always been about being at the heart of the community. The work done by Morgan Sindall to develop the shop unit into BOOST@184 means we can assure local people of a regular presence so that they know they can drop in for help anytime and we now have enough space to bring in more partners to expand the range of help available. We now have a brilliant purpose-built base to bring our brand of one stop help and support right into the heart of one of Barnet’s most deprived communities,” said Barnet Homes Head of Partnerships David Thomas.
Overall, Morgan Sindall Property Services invested £24,576.31 worth of value in the forms of labour and materials to deliver this community refurbishment project.
One of MSPS’s unique selling points is social value, and this project shows how they choose to work on sustainable projects that will deliver for their clients’ local communities long after their contract term.