The construction of the US$10 million worth skilled nursing and rehabilitation center in the Miami’s Township Clermont County is about to begin this week. The facility is expected to creat 75 new jobs.
The ceremonial breaking ground will be hosted by Otterbein Senior Lifestyle Choices on 1st May. The venue of the facility will be 750 Loveland-Miamiville Road, Interstate 275. Construction is expected to be completed by the spring of 2016.
New York based Perkins Eastman is the official architect for the project. Ridge Stone Builders and Developers who has their head office in Perrysburg in Wood County will be the official contractor of the project.
The development will encompass construction of five small houses, each exhibiting a size of 7,013 square feet. The houses will have facilities to support the stay of at least 10 residents in each of them. These houses will include communal living areas, private suit, kitchen and dining where the residents can take the pleasure of cooking and eating home cooked meals.
The ceremonial event of ground breaking will begin in 9:30 a.m. The event will be open for public to attend. The organizers have also invited Mary Wolff, the chairperson of the Township Board of Trustees in Miami, David Kennedy, the city manager of Loveland, and the president of the Chamber of Commerce in Loveland, CeeCee Collins as speakers for the event.
Otterbein is known to take proactive measure to expand healthcare operations in the country. The organization has a similar project of small house development in Springboro and Middletown. Otterbein was founded in 1912, and ever since then, the organization has emerged as the largest operator retirement communities. It is also renowned as the second largest operator of nursing home and healthcare facilities in Greater Cincinnati.