ASSISTED LIVING CONSTRUCTION EXPERTISE: DEEP, BROAD EXPERIENCE TELLS OUR STORY.

Suffolk has completed more Senior or Assisted Living construction in the last 15 years than almost anyone else in the country, and we’ll continue our leadership in this sector into the new decade. No two facilities are alike, presenting use mixes that include Special Care units, Independent and Assisted Living apartments, Skilled Nursing facilities and special units for the care of patients with Alzheimer’s and dementia. Sustainable design principles figure prominently into the Assisted Living sector, whether it’s an urban tower or a Continuing Care Retirement Community campus, designed to have a close-knit village neighborhood feeling.


“Suffolk Construction clearly illustrates their plan. Our weekly workforce meetings are open to the general public. This type of openness and transparency is something rarely seen in the construction industry.”
— Community Organizer, Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative

SUFFOLK CONSTRUCTION BREAKS GROUND ON SOUTH COVE MANOR AT QUINCY POINT PROJECT

Suffolk Construction recently celebrated the groundbreaking of the South Cove Manor at Quincy Point project, a four-story, 86,600 square-foot nursing and rehabilitation center focused on serving the Asian community...
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SUFFOLK CONSTRUCTION BREAKS GROUND ON SOUTH COVE MANOR AT QUINCY POINT PROJECT

New $22 million, 86,600 square-foot nursing and rehabilitation center to feature 141 beds

BOSTON, MA, December 19, 2012 – Suffolk Construction recently celebrated the groundbreaking of the South Cove Manor at Quincy Point project, a four-story, 86,600 square-foot nursing and rehabilitation center focused on serving the Asian community. The $22 million project will feature 141 beds clustered in small resident communities, six common areas, three nursing stations, expanded rehabilitation space, attractive streetscape and gardens, and above-grade parking.

The new rehabilitation and long-term care facility will be located at 290 Washington Street in Quincy, Massachusetts. The state-of-the-art facility will replace the existing 27-year-old nursing home in Boston’s Chinatown neighborhood.

The South Cove Manor at Quincy Point project will create 225 construction jobs and is designed to achieve LEED Silver certification. Suffolk is partnering with architecture firm Levi + Wong Design Associates. Construction is scheduled for completion in early 2014.

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