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SCIC Selected for Renovation Projects

Marion, MA – South Coast Improvement Company (SCIC), a design-build general contractor, recently won a $1.3 million contract for a renovation project at the Pegasus Ridgeland Place, a Pegasus Senior Living assisted living community with memory care services located at 410 Orchard Park in Ridgeland, Miss. The renovation represents SCIC’s first project in the state of Mississippi. It began the renovation in October 2021 and will complete work in late spring 2022.

Pegasus Ridgeland Place

The 26-week renovation features exterior building upgrades that include new windows, fascia/soffits, concrete repairs, fences/gates, a new storage shed, exterior kitchen and landscaping. Eleven resident room upgrades will include paint, carpet, millwork, plumbing/electric fixtures and appliances. The team will also modernize the building elevators and replace 30 resident AC units, and complete selective interior building renovations ranging from new flooring (carpet & LVT) and ACT ceilings to paint and upgrades to the commercial kitchen. The renovation will include a new roof, five-ton supplemental cooling system and replacement of RTU’s, boiler and building generator system.

SCIC also recently won the $2.4 million contract for a renovation project at the Pegasus Evergreen Place, a Pegasus Senior Living assisted living community with memory care services located at 90 West Avenue in Brockport, N.Y. The company began the renovation of the occupied space in October 2021 and will complete work in late spring 2022.

Pegasus Evergreen Place

The 22-week renovation features exterior building upgrades including new windows, fascia/soffits, concrete repairs, fences/gates, a new storage shed, exterior kitchen and landscaping. The team will also make upgrades to the activity room, community room, salon, staff break room, common area rest rooms and cafe. Those upgrades consist of new flooring (carpet & LVT), ACT ceilings, paint, and upgrades to the commercial kitchen. Additionally, the renovation will include a new roof, the replacement of 42 resident AC units, a new eight-ton supplemental cooling system and replacement of RTU’s.

The architect on both projects is MCG Architecture.