We have been talking a lot lately about micro-strategies to creatively reposition existing campuses. In our eNews articles as well as presentations at LeadingAge Illinois and an upcoming LeadingAge Annual Meeting & EXPO IGNITE session, we share our thoughts on tackling “small-bite” projects one, $5-10 million expenditure at a time. We believe this is a viable alternative, a strategy that is the antithesis of New Greenfield “Big Gulp” projects.
You may be used to seeing Steve Alexander at project interviews and job meetings or even walking construction sites. When he isn’t tending to the daily business operations and duties of a Senior Principal, do you know what he is up to? Woodworking!
As architects and engineers, our challenge has always been to provide a residential environment all across the continuum of care, from Independent Living to Skilled Nursing. Several new light fixture designs are helping us meet that challenge while providing upgraded light levels.
When it comes to apartment style housing, whether senior living or multi-family, isn’t it nice to have a balcony to provide a connection to the outdoors? This desirable amenity adds to the vibrancy of the living experience, but a lot of thought goes into the design, engineering and construction of balconies so residents can enjoy this outdoor space worry-free.