Restoracy of Whitestown
The Restoracy of Whitestown provides a superior living experience and care delivery for residents by offering a home-like setting with the highest patient to care giver ratio in the industry.
“We were excited to partner with The Restoracy of Whitestown on their project and help build towards their mission of restoring health, dignity, and familiarity for their residents,” said Jeff Mroz, Senior Project Manager at Meyer Najem. “From preconstruction – where we worked to help finalize the budget, designs, construction drawings, permits, schedules and logistics – to construction, we were able to honor deadlines and ensure quality and safety, while always staying respectful of the needs, time, and resources of the owner.”
The Restoracy is re-imagined to overhaul the traditional model by offering a home-like setting where residents have their own private room, common living area and kitchen/dining area where hot meals are served from the dinner table, just like at home. Each of the six homes are specialized for care in either rehabilitation, long term or memory care. Staff training and care delivery systems differ from home to home to best meet each resident’s needs.
The buildings, constructed over the 6.1 acre site, total more than 50,000-square feet of wood framed exterior walls with a mix of fiber cement siding and masonry, slab on grade, prefab wood floor trusses with gypcrete and wood roof trusses with shingle roofing. The 72 beds across campus consist of:
- 1 – Administration Building
- 2 – Skilled Rehab Buildings
- 2 – Skilled Long-Term Care Buildings
- 2 – Skilled Memory Care Buildings
“Here we are – perfectly on time. Thanks again for all communication, solutions, answered texts, emails and other requests as well as the laughs and great association. I look forward to capitalizing on this beautiful community you’ve constructed to bless the lives of all the residents needing a home-like environment for a superior option to the status quo of nursing homes. You’ve helped us raise the bar.”
– Bryan Lindsay, Executive Director, The Restoracy of Whitestown