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Old Mill Rehabilitational

Location: 
Omaha, Nebraska
Owner: 
The Mainland Companies
Size: 
40,000 square feet
Budget: 
$6,300,000
Completed Date: 
April 2014
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Old Mill Rehabilitational

Lund-Ross served as the Construction Manager at Risk for the Old Mill Rehabilitation licensed skilled nursing facility in the Old Mill area of Omaha. Old Mill Rehab provides 24-hour sub acute nursing and the physical, speech, and occupational rehabilitative therapies referred to as “transitional care.”

Crews built the state-of-the-art care center on a 3.8-acre lot on Papillion Parkway between Dodge and Blondo streets. The 40,000-square-foot facility houses 44 private suites; common areas including a great room, dining room, library, and media room; physical therapy rooms; nursing stations; and administrative space.

Old Mill Rehab was developed by Mainland Healthcare Development, LLC, a subsidiary of The Mainland Companies, a real estate development and capital advisory firm based in Nashville, Tenn. The center is operated by Promontory Healthcare Companies, a multi-facility management company based in Portland, Ore. Promontory Healthcare Companies specializes in transitional care and operates similar facilities in Oregon and Idaho.

Construction was completed by Lund-Ross in 10 months, and Old Mill Rehab opened on time in spring 2014.

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