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Mountainview Retirement Home - Phase 3 - Georgetown

 This Construction Management project consisted of a four-storey, 60 suite, 65,000sf addition to the existing Retirement Home. (NVC constructed the original building in 2000 under Construction Management method) and phase 2 in 2003. Work also included extensive sitework, retaining walls, parking expansion and. 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:

  • Full parking garage below 4 storey structure
  • Precast slabs fist floor over parking garage
  • loadbearing 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 roof patio over pool addition
  • masonry elevator shaft and 5 stop traction elevator
  • clay brick and stone 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 and ceramic tile
  • PTAC heating/cooling in suites. Gas fired make-up air units
  • sprinkler system for entire facility including dry system in attic space
  • electrical systems (power, lighting, fire alarm, CATV, telephone)



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