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{ 2015 Senior Living By Design Awards } 2015 Senior Living by Design Judges


Larry J Bongort AIA, ASHE, ACHA, EDAC Senior Healthcare Architect Associate Stantec Architecture


Scott Burkholder PMP, LEED AP BD+C Business Development Horst Construction


John Cronin AIA Principal AG Architecture


Greg Everett Senior Vice President Inman-EMJ Construction


Frederick W. Fox President Cascade Properties Inc.


Carl Helman Director of Facilities Design Country Meadows Retirement Communities


LuAnn Holec FASID, IIDA, CID Principal


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Dan King AIA, NCARB Principal Meyer


Maria Nadelstumph Vice President of Organizational Development & Program Excellence Brandywine Senior Living


Francine O'Neill Senior Vice President of Resident Care The Arbor Company


Steven Strumpf Executive Director Brookdale


Margaret Wylde CEO ProMatura Group LLC


dywine Senior Living at Haddonfield, Haddonfield, NJ, Meyer Design. Tis unique project renovating an 1865 man- sion blends historical charm and modern amenities to a state-of-the-art commu- nity for older adults. 3. Vivante Westside, Vivante on the


Coast, Costa Mesa, CA, Hill Partners. With a focus on health and wellness, excellent cuisine and dynamic activities, Vivante on the Coast provides resort- quality amenities to suit residents’ unique lifestyles. 4. Balfour Senior Living, Balfour


at Riverfront Park, Denver, CO, Kipp Architects, a division of gkkworks. Tis community embraces the natural beauty of Denver and is proud of its commit- ment as a restful sanctuary in a luxurious, urban setting. 5. Northbridge Companies, Laurel-


wood at the Pinehills, Plymouth, MA, Te Architectural Team. Te design enables use of the wooded vistas through common area courtyards and private outdoor patios. To keep residents active and engaged, an open layout visualizes connections between the program ele- ments such as the courtyard, living room, pub, activity room, and patio space. 6. Wellmore, Wellmore of Tega Cay,


Tega Cay, SC, Triad Design Group. Wellmore is centered on Te Weller Life, a nationally recognized initiative that extends and improves members’ lives through resort-style amenities such as maintenance-free living, fine dining, social activities, and wellness program- ming. 7. Compass Pointe Healthcare


System, Providence Independence at Wildwood, Wildwood, FL, Forum Architecture & Interior Design. Provi- dence Independence is a western-themed senior development providing residents with a warm, secure resort-style environ- ment and state-of-the-art activities. All amenity spaces have sound and video systems controlled by residents via a wall- mounted iPad. 8. Covenant Solutions, Covenant


Village of Cromwell, Cromwell, CT, Amenta Emma Architects. Covenant strives to encourage residents to get out of their rooms through central living, dining, and kitchen areas. Tere is not a location on the floor where residents


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cannot see a window to the outside. 9. Singh Senior Living, Waltonwood


Providence, Charlotte, NC, JDavis Architects. Designed to feature beautiful Jeffersonian-style architecture, the commu- nity has a grand exterior presence. Gath- ering places such as the café, hair salon, and gardening room with greenhouse are at the core of the bulding, encouraging residents to venture between areas. 10. Trinity Lifestyles Management,


Dogwood Forest of Acworth, Acworth, GA, Pimsler – Hoss Architects. Trinity focuses on designing spaces that produce positive outcomes for all who work and live in them. Troughout the commu- nity's design—including colors, lighting, concierge services, long outdoor pathways with accessible gardening, porches, and access to as much or as little socialization, activities, and excursions as desired—resi- dents have a strong sense of security. 11. U.S. Memory Care, U.S. Memory Care Colleyville, Colleyville, TX, America Development. Te community is divided into three separate neighbor- hoods, each providing the appropriate level of care for the different stages of memory loss. Te design includes func- tional gathering places for the residents' families. Te community has a nostalgic and secure Main Street concept at its center, with a 1950s-style diner, theater, music hall, activity room, and salon. 12. Kisco Senior Living, Sagewood at


Daybreak, South Jordan, UT, GGLO. Daybreak is designed as a highly walk- able community that has several sustain- able/green design features including 100 percent groundwater recharge of all rain or snow through a series of three underground vault and dry wells systems, and high-efficiency, gas-fired, forced-air heaters rather than heat pumps to reduce electrical demand and provide greater resident comfort. All resident units have a master on/off light and power switch at the front door that turns off all lights and select power outlets. 13. Sunrise Senior Living, Sunrise of


Burlingame, Burlingame, CA, Design Department of Sunrise Senior Living. Well-proportioned rooms for intimate gatherings within public spaces and specially curated artwork provides visual memory cues sparking conversation, and bright warmth emanates from fabric and


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