Heritage Manor was proud invite the community in to tour the nearly 13-million-dollar remodeling project that was completed over the past few years.
The west wing originally built in the 1950’s, was demolished and replaced with a new pod consisting of 21 private rooms with private bathrooms, a state-of-the-art HVAC system, a new elevator for access to the lower level (LL) therapy suite, a new bathing suite, a dedicated space for resident activities and a large central space for social activity. The LL therapy suite now has easy access parking and a direct entrance for outpatient therapy clients.
The kitchen was relocated to the main level adjacent to the updated dining room has replaced the 1950’s kitchen adding proper pantry storage, walk-in coolers and freezer and new equipment throughout. Other updates to existing areas of the care center include a bathing suite, all resident beds and furnishings and a new conference room adjacent to the front entrance. Not all changes are visible as the care center a new emergency generator, updated HVAC systems, new washers and dryers, and a new employee breakroom as well as new office space on the main floor.
We want to thank all who attended and to all our guest speakers. Thank you to all of those to help make this event possible: Upper Lakes Foods, Martha Bush, Valentini’s, Tom and Jerry’s, Mary’s Lake Street Floral, and all the Heritage Manor team.
Special thanks to Pastor Paul Strommer for blessing our care center, Mayor Adam Lantz and Senator Rob Farsnworth for supporting our care center!
Thank you to the following for helping with our remodeling project:
- Johnson Wilson
- Carlson Duluth Company
- Hunt Electric
- Praire Design Studio
- KTM Paving
- Northland Consulting Engineers
- Range Cornice