Jewish Care to commence construction on $39m Carnegie senior living community

December 17, 2018 by Kirsten Young
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Jewish Care Victoria has awarded a multimillion-dollar construction contract for its Carnegie Senior Living Community to ARC3.

Sam Higgins, Marcus Harty, Stephen Thomas, Jeffrey Appel, Scott McVilly, Samuel Murray, Bill Appleby, Nicholas Gammaldi, Herme Rabl.
Front Row, L to R: Paul Mulderry, Mike Debinski, Adam Joel.

To be built as part of Jewish Care’s once-in-a-generation Capital Campaign, ‘Growing. For our Community.’, the 120-bed Senior Living Community will provide bespoke aged care services to the Jewish community in South Eastern suburbs.

Informed by Jewish Care’s innovative Hand-in-HandTMmodel of support, the two-storey facility will feature eight small houses of 15 beds, providing a range of accommodation offerings to meet the diverse needs of Elders in the Jewish community.

Jeffrey Appel, Chairperson of the Jewish Care Board Building Subcommittee reflected on the importance of the development, saying; “As we see the next generation in the Victorian Jewish community moving towards the southeastern corridor of Melbourne, the Senior Living Community will enable us to better provide the community with relevant and inclusive services and supports close to home.”

“The Senior Living Community in Carnegie will be a contemporary, heimish home for Elders in our community, and will transform the way we view residential aged care in the future,” said Jewish Care President Mike Debinski.

“We are looking forward to working closely with ARC3 to bring the vision of this state of the art facility to fruition.”ARC3, a boutique construction company specialising in multi-residential, commercial, industrial and institutional projects will commence construction on Jewish Care’s Senior Living Community in early 2019. Construction is expected to be completed by July 2020.

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