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Mountainview Retirement Home - Phase 2 - Georgetown

This Construction Management project consisted of a two-storey, 40 suite, 28,000sf addition to the existing Retirement Home. (NVC constructed the original building in 2000 under Construction Management method) Work included renovations to the existing building dining area and amenity spaces. Work also included extensive sitework, retaining walls, parking expansion and stormwater management facilities. Since the existing facility was in full operation, special care and co-ordination of work had to be provided at all times to minimize impact on the residents and staff.  

The construction consisted of:

  • 4’ typical concrete foundations with 10’ deep partial basement adjacent to Phase 1
  • concrete slab on grade with engineered wood floor joists over basement area
  • loadbearing 2 x 6 wood framed exterior and corridor walls plus wood frame shear walls
  • engineered wood floor joist system with cemetitious underlayment topping
  • wood truss roof structure
  • pitched asphalt shingle roofing throughout with PVC single ply membrane roofing for mechanical equipment area only
  • masonry firewall and elevator shaft; clay brick veneer
  • steel stud demising walls and interior partitions, painted drywall finish throughout
  • oak trims throughout common areas (installed by NVC carpenters)
  • carpet flooring in majority of areas with vinyl plank flooring in Activity Room
  • PTAC heating/cooling in suites. ERV system for make-up air and suite exhausts
  • sprinkler system for entire facility including dry system in attic space
  • electrical systems (power, lighting, fire alarm, CATV, telephone)

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