Successfully completing construction projects within senior living communities requires a special combination of skills.
Such projects require builders to meet standards for dust control, air quality and other safeguards for high-risk residents. Renovations require extraordinary planning, scheduling and phasing to minimize inconveniences for residents, safeguarding residents with mobility or cognitive issues, and support ongoing operations of commercial kitchens, medical facilities, business offices and common areas. Renovations also require construction crews to work under the keen watch of “sidewalk superintendents” as residents monitor construction progress.
At Plano-Coudon, we have successfully met the challenges of completing senior living projects, including:
- Assisted Living and Personal Care
- Memory Care
- Independent Living
- Skilled Nursing
At the Fairhaven and Copper Ridge facilities in Sykesville, Plano-Coudon completed a wide-ranging list of renovations and additions on the 300-acre campus. Those included completing a 2,500-square-foot addition to house an adult day/night memory care facility, complete with physicians’ offices, clinics and training areas.
At Buckingham’s Choice, Plano-Coudon renovated the dining room, multi-purpose room, offices and common areas in a project that involved removing load-bearing walls, installing new structural steel and installing 25-foot-high decorative trusses.
In Baltimore, Plano-Coudon built The Green House Residences at Stadium Place – a first-of-its kind facility in Maryland that provides skilled nursing care in a setting that feels like a family home.
But at Plano-Coudon, we also enjoy the interpersonal side of senior living projects. Our superintendents have installed viewing windows in construction walls to allow residents to become involved with the projects, chatted with residents about progress, and often received hugs at the end of their projects from residents.
Contact us about your senior living project. Plano-Coudon is able and eager to deliver your vision.