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Skilled Nursing Facility

Randolph, Vermont

Project Type: Health Care
  • OWNER: Gifford Medical Center
  • ARCHITECT: E4 Architecture (Formally: Morris Switzer Environments for Health)
  • CIVIL/MEP ENGINEER: Dubois & King
  • STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Artisan Engineering
  • CONSTRUCTION COST: $7.8 Million
  • COMPLETED: 2015

The Menig Nursing Home at Morgan Orchards in Randolph, Vermont, was a significant construction project encompassing the development of a 28,000 square-foot nursing home facility for Gifford Medical Center. As one of the smallest nursing homes in the state, the facility offers a welcoming environment with 30 beds, providing residents with 24/7 care and restaurant-quality meals within a vibrant, family-like community setting.

Within the Menig Nursing Home, occupants have access to various amenities and spaces designed to enhance their well-being and quality of life. These include a centralized nursing station, a spacious dining room, an upper kitchen, a tub room, a full-service beauty salon, and administrative offices. The concept behind the building’s design was to create a village center that features both private and semi-private rooms, fostering a sense of community through dedicated living areas.

The Menig Nursing Home at Morgan Orchards exemplifies a commitment to providing exceptional care and support for residents in a comfortable and engaging environment. By prioritizing both physical and emotional well-being, the facility offers a comprehensive range of services and amenities, ensuring that residents receive personalized care in a warm and compassionate setting.

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