EPCA have completed the transformation of Munro Court, Glasgow on behalf of Pheonix Futures. Pheonix are a charity and housing association which has been helping people overcome drug and alcohol problems for 50 years, providing residential, prison, community and specialist services. The project brief was to refurbish Munro Court to become the new Scottish Residential Service for the charity, providing single bedrooms with accessible en-suite wet rooms and a range of therapeutic & activity spaces.
The client wanted a fully accessible building, and facilities to reflect the needs and wants of their service users. High standards of design were required to show how respected the people are that come to the service for help. Ultimately, the client brief required service users to feel at home, and to be part of a wider community like anyone in society.
The client had warm words for EPCA director Matt White following completion of the project.
“Thank you Matt for all you did to get Munro Court over the finishing line. I feel very lucky we had you on our side. Your attention to detail and excellent choice of contractor and consultants helped create a great team of people. Thank you for understanding what we were trying to achieve. I am very pleased with the end result.”
Chief Executive at Pheonix Futures