Maple Reinders was awarded the contract to construct a new 128-bed Long-Term Care Facility in the town of Port Hope, Ontario.
The building is a two-storey wood frame construction building, with exterior finishes of brick veneer, pre-finished wood siding, and vinyl siding. The facility also incorporates a wood front entry porch, second-floor balcony, and courtyard trellis elements.
Residents live in four separate “home areas” of 32 beds each, making for a more intimate living, lounging and eating spaces.
Extendicare residents also have the use of common rooms, an interfaith chapel, a “celebration” dining room, a beauty salon and a full conventional cooking central kitchen and central laundry.
Maple Reinders constructed the three-storey Long-Term Care Facility, which is organized into an asymmetrical composition, with four residential wings arranged in a “pinwheel” pattern around a landscaped courtyard, allowing for the preservation of mature trees on the site.