Designer, speak for yourself
For many years Long-Term Living (formerly Nursing Homes/Long Term Care Management), through its annual DESIGN publication, has offered a forum for architectural and interior design firms to display their most recent long-term care projects. The focus-both for the firms and for the reviewers who judged the projects-was on the projects themselves, not on those who created them. Our third annual Corporate Profiles section offers design firms the opportunity to describe and talk about themselves. These “architectural/interior design calling cards,” enable readers to briefly meet and review experienced and accomplished firms in long-term care construction and renovation.
Engberg Anderson, Inc.
Locations: Milwaukee, Wis.; Madison, Wis.; Tucson Ariz.
Markets Served: Active Adult Communities, Alzheimer's/Dementia, Assisted Living, Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC), Hospice, Independent Living, Post-Acute/Rehab, Skilled Nursing/Nursing Homes, Wellness Centers
Services: Architecture, Consulting, Green/Sustainable Design, Interior Design, Master Planning
Three Projects of Note: Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice (Sheyboygan Falls, Wis.) September, 2007
Wisconsin Veteran's Home-Southern Wisconsin Center (Union Grove, Wis.) March 2006
AngelsGrace Hospice (Oconomowoc, Wis.) April 2004
Contact Information: Jean Casey
Engberg Anderson, Inc.
320 E. Buffalo St., Suite 500
Milwaukee, WI 53202-5883
Ph.: (414) 944-9000 Fax: (414) 944-9100
Engberg Anderson has developed a reputation for designing long-term care environments that adapt to the future, inspire caregivers, and lift the spirits of those served. Our clients are truly our partners; with whom we combine innovative thinking and attention to the smallest details with consistent, forward-looking, evidence-based design. Long-term care communities are homes, not transitory places. We believe that these environments should reflect the familiarity and security that “home” connotes. Our presentation of creative options combined with continuous interaction, communication, and teamwork, ensures successful projects that improve quality of life and quality of care.
At Engberg Anderson, sustainable design principles are applied to every aspect of our daily practice. Our newly renovated home office has achieved LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold certification and currently we have eight projects registered for LEED certification.
JW Design Architectural Studio
Location: Royal Oak, Mich.
Markets Served: Alzheimer's/Dementia, Assisted Living, Hospice, Post-Acute/Rehab, Skilled Nursing/Nursing Homes, Wellness Centers
Services: Architecture, Consulting, Green/Sustainable Design, Interior Design, Landscape Design/Healing Gardens, Strategic Planning
Three Projects of Note: MediLodge of Howell Wellness Center (Howell, Mich.) September 2007
MediLodge of Milford SNF and Rehab Center (Milford, Mich.) June 2009
MidMichigan Stratford Village Remodel to Neighborhoods (Midland, Mich.) September 2009
Contact Information: Nelson Keeler
412 S. Washington, Suite 100
Royal Oak, MI 48067
Ph. (248) 336-2501 Fax: (248) 336-2107
JW Design is a passionate believer in both Culture Change and Person-Centered Care. Our knowledge of Evidence-Based Design, combined with our support of Culture Change, allows us to improve Skilled Nursing Facilities outside the normal scope of regulation and survey-driven design. Our credentials are unique in the senior housing and healthcare industry. JW Design's experience with facility operations and group organizational styles help us to provide creative and innovative solutions when remodeling/designing facilities. Culture change is a journey; by selecting JW Design the journey for residents and staff will enhance quality of life for everyone.
Levi + Wong Design Associates, Inc.
Location: Concord, Mass.