White Plains, NY Congress/Consigli, a joint venture of Congress Building Corp. and Consigli NY commenced construction on the 110,000 s/f White Plains Institute for Nursing and Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing facility. The project is scheduled for a mid-2019 completion.
The $60 million facility consists of 160 beds of skilled nursing, including 76 specialized rehabilitation beds, 42 Alzheimer’s secure beds, and 42 long-term care beds, each on specially designed nursing units.
Congress has also been selected as the developer for this skilled nursing facility. The Architectural Team of Chelsea, MA is the architect for the project.
Congress’ long and deep experience over decades in the construction of nursing and assisted living facilities, and Consigli’s experience in hospital and medical construction, as well as its strong local presence in the Hudson Valley, contribute to this strong partnership.
Congress and TAT have strong track records in the senior living and rehabilitation and skilled nursing sectors, having collaborated on more than twenty-five projects since 1985.
Congress has completed over 8,000 beds and 4.5 million s/f of health care and long-term care construction throughout the eastern U.S. over the past 45 years. Congress’ recent Senior Living and Health Care projects include a 74-unit, 86,000 s/f Assisted Living facility in Easton, MA; an 80-bed, 68,000 s/f Assisted Living and Memory Care facility in South Windsor, CT; and an 83-bed, 76,000 s/f Assisted Living facility in Ipswich, MA.
William Nicholson, Congress CEO said, “We are excited to commence active physical construction on this project and we are appreciative of the efforts of all of the project team members, and of White Plains and New York Department of Health officials who so strongly and diligently contributed to making this project a reality. In addition, the Operator of the facility, EPIC and its CEO Lizer Jozefovic, represent the future of Skilled Nursing and rehabilitation. And we are delighted to continue our collaboration with The Architectural Team on this project.”