Oak Tree Manor

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  • Client

    Nanaimo Seniors Group

  • Size

    44,670 sf

  • Completed

    2009

  • Location

    Nanaimo, BC

  • Delivery Models

    Design/Bid/Build

  • Market

    Multi-Residential

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Story

Oak Tree Manor was designed to be a seniors’ facility offering an independent lifestyle in a supportive living environment, sited with panoramic views of Nanaimo British Columbia’s harbourfront, Protection and Gabriola Islands and the coastal mountain ranges.

Maple Reinders constructed the new facility, consisting of 66 studio and one-bedroom suites with assorted floor plans varying in size from 374 SF to 574 SF. All suites are soundproofed and feature a kitchenette with refrigerator, wheelchair accessible bathroom with walk-in shower, gated underground vehicle and scooter parking, storage, security system, phone and cablevision outlets in living room and bedroom. Laundry facilities are located on each floor and a hair salon is offered on site. A comfortable multipurpose lounge provides a venue for various activities such as movies and big-screen sporting events.

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Previous Project

Making Waves Swim School

Maple Reinders was given nine weeks to complete the majority of the project scope, and pool facilities remained operational during construction. The project was completed ahead of schedule.

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Opeongo Lake Dam Replacement

Work on this project included the demolition of the existing stop log dam built in 1955 and replacement with a three-level self-operating weir dam.

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