Kingston, NH – Construction is underway at the new All American Assisted Living Facility in Kingston. Kaplan Development Group is developing the $13.3 million project, that broke ground in the fall of 2018.
The facility is primarily being constructed with prefabricated structural components, designed and manufactured by Atlantic Prefab, Inc. (API) of Wilton.
“Fortunately, the client for this project understood that the small premium paid for prefabrication can be turned into profits due to the increased safety, quality, and overall project efficiencies,” said Mark Beroney, general manager/senior designer at API.
API is playing a crucial role in meeting the project’s fast-moving construction schedule. The supplied components were installed by the project’s framing and drywall contractor Metro Walls of Manchester. Metro Walls was led by the project’s general contractor, The Douglas Companies of Holland, Ohio.
“We are excited to be building this great senior living development that features senior assisted living and memory care. Having built multiple All American communities, we understand how the client’s vision embodies a true senior living campus,” said Landon Kessler, project manager of The Douglas Company.
The 58-unit assisted living and memory care community was designed by EGA Architects and boasts spacious studios and two-bedroom companion suites for residents, as well as, a state-of-the-art memory care wing specifically dedicated to caring and providing a secure home-like environment for residents with Alzheimer’s and memory disorders.
Community amenities will include a double-sided fireplace, salon, beauty parlor, bistro, media room, interior courtyard, gazebo, and dog park.
All American of Kingston is expected to be complete in summer 2019.