Owned by Lighthouse of Revere Inc., and affiliated with the Atlanta-based Guardian Foundation, the addition and renovation will enhance the company’s ability to serve both its residents and ambulatory patients via a new, three-story 17,000 square foot addition and the renovation of an additional 10,000 square feet of existing space, said Nauset Construction, which has an office in Needham. Part of the project includes a new, 2,700 square foot, state-of-the-art rehabilitation gym.
“This is the type of project where our extensive experience working in occupied senior living and medical environments really pays dividends,” Anthony Papantonis, president of Nauset Construction, said in a statement. “Nauset’s employees have developed the necessary communication strategies and systems for delivering high quality construction while ensuring that operations and daily routines continue with minimal disruptions to residents and staff.”
Lighthouse currently provides short-term rehabilitative care, rehabilitation for joint replacement patients, hospice and respite care, as well as skilled long-term care.