Pinkard Construction’s Landmark Memory Care Begins Tours for the Public
Lafayette, CO — With construction nearing 70% complete, Landmark Memory Care has begun public tours of the new 18-unit memory care facility.
As “The place where our family takes care of yours,” The Landmark Memory Care Community is the brainchild of the Hanson family, which is a dedicated group of family members each with a specialty dedicated to the unique needs of memory care residents. The Hanson family, along with their committed staff of memory care specialists, will provide complete memory care services founded on the principle of “creating moments of joy” for residents and their families.
Phase One has been designed for comfort, socialization, encouragement and safety – from the layout of the community which includes a central park with walking paths for exercise and seating areas for socialization and soaking up the sun, to the raised flowerbeds that enable our senior adults to continue to participate in a favorite pastime – gardening, to the specially designed shower in each room to promote safety while bathing, to the carefully placed call bells and wander guard systems.
The community includes a focus on simple acts of kindness such as a smile while eating a freshly baked cookie, or as momentous as enjoying a walk in the community’s central park in the sunshine.
The new memory care community is currently in phase I of construction, which consists of the 9,395 square foot Building One, with 18 memory care units in a single-story, wood-framed building. It contains a commercial kitchen, dining room, common areas and lobby.
At its current 70% completion, mechanical electrical and plumbing rough-ins are underway, and drywall installation and stucco application has begun. Completion is slated for early November 2016.
Pinkard’s value engineering efforts included mechanical system life cycle analysis for a $350,000 savings for owner Hanson Health Holdings, LLC.
Architecture and construction administration is being provided by Clear Creek Architects.
Rendering courtesy of Clear Creek Architects