Stewart & Tate Construction will build the $2.7 million memory care residence planned at Normandie Ridge Senior Living Community in West Manchester Township.
The contractor made the announcement this morning. Stewart & Tate is finishing a 10,000-square-foot interior renovation project for Normandie Ridge that began last summer and was projected to cost $1.3 million.
The memory care residence project will include construction of an 11,000-square-foot addition that will feature 16 rooms, 14 of which will be private rooms “designed specifically for the needs of the cognitively impaired,” the contractor said in a news release.
Work is set to begin in March and is slated for completion Dec. 1.
Normandie Ridge is owned and operated by Albright Care Services, a faith-based nonprofit corporation. Albright is affiliated with the Susquehanna Conference of The United Methodist Church.
In addition to Normandie Ridge, Albright also owns and operates RiverWoods Senior Living Community in Lewisburg and Living Independently For Elders (LIFE) sites in Williamsport, Lebanon and Lancaster, and it manages Warrior Run Manor, an HUD-approved housing complex in Watsontown.
Headquartered in Manchester Township, Stewart & Tate has been involved in various capital projects over the years with Albright Care Services. The company completed numerous apartments, renovations and facilities on both the York and Lewisburg campuses.