Mitch Lapin, President of Fortney & Weygandt, Inc was featured in a recent issue of Commercial Construction and Renovation magazine along with one of current senior living projects.
If you’re looking to open a new facility or expand one already in existence, there’s a lot to know about how construction of a senior living facility works best, and how to navigate building codes, health care regulations and working with a construction firm. Here, Mitch Lapin, president of Fortney & Weygandt, Inc. a national general contractor that serves a number of different market segments, including the senior living industry, talks about what renovation or construction of a senior living facility is like from the construction firm’s perspective.
In the spring of 2007, Fortney & Weygandt was awarded the Sunrise project in Dublin, OH. After completing several Sunrise facilities, Fortney & Weygandt was poised to build this new "Manor Home" – a 66,400 square foot, 3-story prototype assisted living facility. Located in Dublin, OH; this new facility was poised to become a major player in this affluent community.