C l i e n t: Living Centers of America
S i z e: 4,000
F e a t u r e s
The goal of
this project was, most importantly, to add physical
therapy space to this elderly care facility.
However, the owner also wanted to update the interior space and give the
exterior a more pleasant appearance. We
remodeled the main entrance. The
lunchroom and several hallways were updated.
The majority of the work occurred in the office area, which needed to be modernized
and made more comfortable for the facility’s staff.
We had several challenges on this project because the important work of this facility had to continue during the construction phase. We were to perform this addition on the main entrance but minimize the interruption as much as possible. Also, our work in the lunchroom included new flooring and wall coverings, but the lunchroom could not be closed for even one day. We did the work in pieces so that we would not disrupt this gathering time so essential to the residents. We deliberately and creatively worked with our client to achieve an efficient work schedule while allowing their work to continue on-site.
Our goal, as with all out-of-town jobs, was to use as
much local help as possible and still maintain a
tight budget and schedule. We were
successful and the project was finished on time and
The end result was a final product that came together very nicely and has functioned splendidly for the owner.