Dearness Home Auditorium Expansion Project

July 12th, 2021|0 Comments

As original architects of Dearness Home, MMMC is collaborating with the City of London on an addition / renovation project that will feature an expanded, flexible multi-purpose room that will function as an auditorium, chapel and meeting room space with moveable walls, servery and washrooms. An addition will include a sun room, storage space and new Day Centre Program entrance. Currently in design, construction will commence in early 2022.

Gilmore Lodge Long Term Care and Wellness Centre

July 12th, 2021|0 Comments

MMMC was retained in September 2018 to collaborate with the Region of Niagara on the planning and redevelopment of two Municipal Long-term Care Homes – Linhaven in St.Catharines and Gilmore Lodge in Fort Erie. The new Gilmore Lodge, to be constructed on a greyfield site, will be a modern, state-of-the-art home for 160 residents featuring a great room, library, café, celebration board room, and worship centre. One Resident Home Area will be a Convalescent Care Unit providing quality care to individuals in the community who need time and support to recover from a hospital visit before returning home.

Terrace Lodge Long-term Care

January 15th, 2018|0 Comments

The phased redevelopment of Elgin County’s Terrace Lodge includes an addition and renovations to the existing 100-bed home. The new home will have 84 private bedrooms and 16 semi-private, and improved resident spaces similar to a new Class A facility. All Resident Home Areas are designed to meet or exceed the Ministry Design Guidelines as well as a focus on therapeutic and healing environments and universal design. In addition to the existing library and salon, the new Terrace Lodge facility will contain a family suite, a new chapel, event space, gift shop, and tuck shop. The new building will wrap around a large outdoor courtyard. The project is under construction with completion scheduled for 2023.

Saint Luke’s Place Long-term Care

January 15th, 2018|0 Comments

MMMC is collaborating with Saint Luke’s Place the redevelopment of a new 160-bed long-term care facility to meet current MLTC design standards. The new long-term care facility will be constructed adjacent to the existing buildings on land that includes a portion of land currently owned by Saint Luke’s United Church. The existing LTC home will remain in full operation through construction to avoid the downsizing of services to residents.