Conlon Construction has completed work on a £2m resource centre for people with disabilities in Burnley on behalf of Lancashire County Council.
The Burnley & Pendle District Adult Disability Day Services occupies the site of the former Temple Street Resource Centre.
The project involved the demolition of the former front hall, internal structural alterations, a new-build front elevation, new roofing and a complete internal fit-out. Features include a landscaped garden area, rehabilitation kitchen, hydrotherapy bath, computer suite, sensory room and a games room.
Michael Conlon, construction director at Conlon Construction, said: "This was a very enjoyable project to work on as it is pleasing to see the centre's state-of-the-art facilities taking shape, knowing what a difference they will make to people in the local community. The building looks fresh and modern and provides a relaxed setting for care and rehabilitation."
The new centre will provide services for people with learning disabilities, together with people with physical disabilities or a sensory impairment. Work on the 13,993 sq ft centre began in November 2010.