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Stevens Construction completes The Cottage at Cypress Cove

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Stevens Construction has completed construction management services for The Cottage, Cypress Cove at HealthPark’s 45,000-square-foot, two-story memory care facility.

The Cottage - Country Kitchen

Located at 10200 Cypress Cove Drive within the HealthPark campus, the project occurred while the 550-residency retirement community remained operational.

The Cottage features four uniquely designed households, each with a country kitchen, dining room, living room, parlor and 11 private residences with private bathrooms. Situated on the second floor, residents can enjoy a beauty salon and spa and multi-purpose room. The second floor also houses the region’s only Snoezelen therapy room, a sensory treatment proven beneficial for dementia and Alzheimer’s patients.

The Cottage - Living Room

The Cottage also features a tropical outdoor garden and courtyard featuring a rain chain waterfall, dancing water jets, low-impact flooring, gardening sinks and a rooftop garden.

The Stevens Construction team included Dan Adams as project executive, Derald Pacetti as project manager; Sue Ziegenfus as project administrator; and Mike Garland and James Parrott as superintendents. SFCS is the architect of record.

The Cottage - Resident Room

With offices in Fort Myers, Tampa and Orlando, Fla., Stevens Construction specializes in providing construction management, general contracting and consulting services to clients and design professionals. Other services include site and design team selection, budgeting, project scheduling, permitting, cost and quality control and warranty service. The company builds healthcare, commercial and hospitality facilities. For information, visit www.stevensconstructioninc.com or call 239-936-9006.

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