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The View At Johnson Creek (WI) Senior Living And Memory Care Community

 

The View At Johnson Creek (WI) Senior Living And Memory Care Community

PROJECT OVERVIEW:

The View at Johnson Creek Assisted Living and Memory Care Facility opened its doors in March 2020, after a two-year planning and construction process. Accessing the site is difficult, with narrow roads and residential areas creating issues of both access and safety. The hilltop location is also prone to high winds, and large machinery had to be maneuvered carefully on steep ground. Before construction could take place, the massive foundation of the original building had to be excavated, removed, and the soil improved and compacted.

The architectural design utilizes the unique topography to perfection, as the sprawling, 6-wing design assures great views from every room in the facility. The decision-making regarding this issue saved weeks on the construction schedule, allowing the client to develop and maintain their planned occupancy and move-in schedules.

This project earned a Projects of Distinction Silver Award from Associated Builders and Contractors.

 

For more information, or to receive a quote, contact our Senior Living & Multi-Family market leader Tim Rinn.

 

KEY FACTS:

  • The facility features 56 apartments that can accommodate 64 residents, and 24 new jobs were created to help manage and run the property
  • The interior design fosters a ‘neighborhood’ concept throughout the building, including a centrally located common area, where residents gather and socialize
  • High-end amenities like a spa, bistro, lounge, chef services, and the Life Enrichment Center were incorporated, with the understanding that residents spend 100% of their time on this campus, and therefore, expect features that go beyond traditional senior care facilities
  • Much of the construction took place offsite, including the manufacturing of panelized wall sections used as the bones of the building