The Odd Fellow Rebekah Home Association provides long term nursing care with rehabilitative and restorative nursing functions. Immel provided construction management services for the development of their five acre campus. Projects include a therapy unit, an independent living facility, and campus central plant.
The first phase of this multi-year project is the renovation of the Odd Fellow Home, and sixty bed rehabilitation and skilled nursing facility.
Originally built in 1975, with subsequent additions in 1996 and 2006, the building is an "X" shape with three wings of residences and a wing of programmatic functions linked to other buildings on the campus through enclosed walkways.
All resident room finishes were upgraded, including new toilet rooms and spa areas for resident use. A new full service commercial kitchen to feed all of the buildings on the campus was added, and all of the M/E/P systems including HVAC units, fire protection and alarms, nurse call, and LED light fixtures were replaced. All of this work was phased to allow for the facility to remain occupied and in use during construction.