ROCKVILLE, Md. – The Village at Rockville (TVAR), A National Lutheran Community, has partnered with Howard Shockey & Sons, Inc. of Winchester, Va. to complete the remainder of the continuing care retirement community’s renovations that include all private rooms (featuring 94 extended nursing care rooms, 66 short-term rehabilitation rooms and 50 assisted living and memory care suites). Construction costs are approximately $23 million and will also include office and common areas, along with dining spaces, taking three years to complete.
Shockey, one of Virginia’s largest general contracting and construction management companies with 116 years of experience, has also partnered with TVAR’s sister community, The Village at Orchard Ridge (TVOR) in Winchester, Va. Phase 1 of TVOR’s construction is well underway, including 178 maintenance-free independent living cottage homes and apartments with home-based services, memory care, assisted living and nursing care options. It is anticipated that Phase 1 will be completed by Spring 2013.
“From the start, the partnership with Shockey at Rockville was a good fit because they had an existing relationship with The Village at Orchard Ridge,” Frank McGovern, TVAR’s Executive Director said. “Tactically they have been disciplined in their approach and we are happy with how well they are progressing through Phase 2 of TVAR’s renovations.”
“Shockey has had such a great relationship with TVOR, we consider it a privilege to get to work together in Rockville, too,” said Jeff Boehm, Shockey’s Vice President.
Both construction projects for TVOR and TVAR will incorporate various elements of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), ranging from LEED-certified cottage homes at TVOR to sustainable design features at TVAR.
TVAR received its tax-exempt bond financing on February 23, 2012 for up to $22 million. The City of Rockville is serving as the conduit issuer of the bonds that will fund a portion of the renovations, while the financing is provided by a private investor. Not only does this transaction benefit TVAR, but The City of Rockville as well, as the municipality will receive a percentage of revenue based on the bonds issued.
About The Village at Rockville (TVAR)
The Village at Rockville in Rockville, Md., is a CCRC (continuing care retirement community) that offers residential living, rehabilitation, respite and extended nursing care, and is currently undergoing a planned renovation to introduce assisted living, assisted living memory care and home and community based services for residents. For more info visit www.thevillageatrockville.org
About National Lutheran Communities & Services (NLCS)
Based in Rockville, Md., NLCS is a not-for-profit, faith-based ministry of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America’s (ELCA) Delaware-Maryland, Metropolitan Washington, D.C. and Virginia Synods serving people of all beliefs. NLCS provides seniors with a variety of lifestyle, residential and health care options through retirement communities in Maryland and Virginia. Other communities sponsored by NLCS include The Legacy at North Augusta in Staunton, Va., an independent living community offering month-to-month rentals for seniors; The Village at Crystal Spring in Annapolis, Md., a new continuing care retirement community – subject to Maryland Department of Aging approval – which will serve as the centerpiece of a multi-generational residential and mixed-use project; The Village at Orchard Ridge in Winchester, Va., a new planned senior living and health care community on 132 acres—phase one will offer 178 maintenance-free independent living cottage homes and apartments with home-based services, memory care assisted living and nursing care options. For more information about any of our communities, visit www.nationallutheran.org