VENICE — Village On The Isle has a renovated dining room — completed by Stevens Construction recently.
The Hibiscus dining room received an extensive reworking.
“Stevens Construction provided a 10,000-square-foot interior renovation, which allows Village On The Isle residents to enjoy their meals in an enhanced dining room with elegant finishes, expansive ceilings, private seating options and separate dining rooms,” the firm said in a news release.
Stevens Construction Vice President of South Florida, Dan Adams, said the firm worked with Village On The Isle and a design team “”or four months prior to construction starting to ensure the project provided as minimal disruption as possible to residents and staff while achieving the budget, schedule and quality goals,” according to the news release.
The project took about seven months — as it was anticipated, the news release states.
Village On The Isle is a nonprofit life plan community at 920 Tamiami Trail S. on the Island of Venice.
Stevens Construction has worked on several projects for Village On The Isle, including the renovation of The Lofts — its assisted living and memory care facility. During that time, the 80,000 square foot facility remained opened and occupied, the news release notes.
For the Hibiscus dining room work, the team included project executive Dan Adams; project manager Alan Bennett; superintendent Gary Tipton; and project administrator Sue Ziegenfus from The Stevens Construction.
Beebe Design Group was the architect and RLPS was the interior designer.
For more information, visit www.stevensconstructioninc.com or call 239-936-9006
Venice, FL – Village On The Isle, a premier Life Plan Community on the island of Venice, was recently awarded one of the coveted Architecture and Design Awards from the 7th Annual Senior Housing News (SHN), Aging Media Publication for their newly built replacement Skilled Nursing & Health Care Rehabilitation Center which opened in February of this year.
More than 90 communities across the country and globe submitted new construction and renovation projects, vying for top honors across ten categories: 55+, Active Adult, Affordable Senior Housing, Assisted Living, Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), Independent Living, International, Renovation / Repositioning, Skilled Nursing / Post-Acute Care and Standalone Memory Care. The project was part of Village On The Isle’s $100 Million renovation to its campus. RLPS Architects and Wegman Design Group worked with Village On The Isle to create the exceptionally appealing yet functional skilled nursing facility. A team of expert panelists from the senior living industry joined in to judge the project.
“We are extremely proud of our newest addition to the campus and feel it is just one more way we are creating the most value for our residents that call Village On The Isle home” states, CEO, Doug Feller. The newly built Health center is home to four 16-resident households which comprise the second and third floors. Each person has their own room with a triple window bay and private bathroom with a large, fully accessible shower. Individual households include a generously sized great room comprised of a kitchen, dining area, and living room. The amenity rich community also has its own media center, lounges, out-door living space, and spa. “This is the atmosphere and environment that our residents expect and deserve as they move though our full continuum of health care. Not only do we offer a lifetime guarantee of care, but we offer a beautiful home like setting with state-of-the-art functionality” states, James Marshall, Health Care Director.
Village On The Isle, a full service, not-for-profit, faith-based continuing care retirement community located on the Island of Venice, Florida. For more information, please visit our website: villageontheisle.com