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PEOPLE & PLACES RICHARDSON


executive director and Evan Richard- son will serve as director of commu- nity relations. Juniper Communi- ties operates long-term care


communities in New Jersey, Florida, Pennsylvania, and Colorado.


ROBINSON


LCB Senior Living LLC, based in Norwood, Massa- chusetts, has named Brian Robinson regional director of opera- tions. Robinson


previously served in sales and consult- ing at Kensington Senior Living. LCB currently operates 14 communities in four New England states, and is in the process of developing several more.


PRINTZ


Commonwealth Assisted Living at Front Royal in Virginia has hired two new members of its senior leadership team. Amber Printz is


the new executive director and Doris (Dee) Grimmett RN has been appointed resident care director.


GRIMMETT Chicago-based


Ventas Inc. has made several leader- ship changes as part of its spin-off of Care Capital Properties Inc. Christian N. Cummings has been promoted to senior vice president of asset management, focusing on Ventas’ seniors housing operating portfolio (SHOP) and enterprise-wide disposi- tions, reporting to Executive Vice Presi- dent and Chief Financial Officer Bob Probst, who has assumed responsibil- ity for the SHOP business. Nicholas W. Jacoby has been promoted to senior vice president of asset management, focusing on Ventas’ triple net leased assets, reporting to Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer, and General Counsel T. Richard Riney,


New Tool for Avoiding Construction Overruns Dallas-based three: living architecture is working to solve a persistent


problem for senior living communities in development—cost overruns. Most projects now starting construction are based on budgets formulated


two or more years ago, using resource metrics that were accurate at the time, explains Rocky Berg, three: living principal and senior living design lead. Unforeseen rising labor and material costs cause major budget shortfalls that can run into millions of dollars, presenting a serious financial risk to investors, owners, and even pre-sale residents. In three: living’s home state of Texas, proj- ect costs can rise by 25 percent, significantly higher than the national average of 10-14 percent. As a solution, Berg advocates a “three-way dialogue” among client, architect, and builder, coupled with 3-D modeling technology. 3-D systems, such as one named Revit, build a digital model of the project instead of just 2-D sketches. As a result, each of the project stakeholders can review features such as walls, roofs, floors, windows, and doors as multi-dimensional entities. Client, architect, and builder can better determine actual costs. The construction team becomes engaged early in the planning stage, assigning costs in real time as the designs are being developed. The design team and client are informed sooner and ben- efit from realistic expectations about cost before committing to a given design direction. The three-way group can also develop “what if” scenarios, based on potential cost environments at key decision points.


who has assumed responsibility for the company’s triple net lease busi- ness. In other news, Ventas has named James E. Mendelson as executive vice president, asset management, for Lillibridge Healthcare Services.


Watercrest Senior Living of Vero


Beach, Florida, has named Mariola Rodriguez memory care director of Watercrest of Lake Nona Assisted Living and Memory Care Commu- nity, an 80-unit, luxury senior living residence in the master-designed com- munity of Lake Nona, Florida.


Integral Senior Living has


promoted Jeffery Smith and Carrie Delaney to divisional vice presidents of sales and marketing. The newly created positions will help support the company’s growth moving forward.


Maxwell Group Inc., a retirement management group based in Char-


lotte, North Carolina, has appointed Josh Thompson vice president of pro- curement. Maxwell Group is the parent company of Senior Living Communi- ties. Maxwell Group also announced the promotion of Katie Huffstetler to the position of COO.


SCALZO


Ashley Scalzo has been named executive director of The Chelsea at Tinton Falls in New Jersey. Scalzo has served in a variety of roles


since joining Fanwood, New Jersey- based Chelsea Senior Living in 2011.


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