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WELL
ROUNDED

Meet the winners of Environments
for Aging's 10th annual Remodel/
Renovation Competition

We changed things up a little in this year's Remodel/Renovation Competition, moving away from naming a single winner
and nine finalists to instead designating our top three projects with Gold, Silver, and Bronze awards. The renovations that
earned those spots this year perfectly capture what this program is all about-successfully breathing new life into an
existing single space. That can be any space, across any community type, level of care provided, or project budget.
Our Gold winner is Waverly Heights - Casual Dining & Coffee Shop in Gladwyne, Pa., submitted by RLPS Architects/
RLPS Interiors (Lancaster, Pa.). This project delivered a casual bistro feel that supports farm-to-table and made-to-order
offerings that respond to residents' dining preferences. Earning our Silver award is St. Ignatius Nursing & Rehab Center -
Resident Rooms in Philadelphia, submitted by Lenhardt Rodgers Architecture + Interiors (Fort Washington, Pa.). The
short-term rehab center renovation to serve the low-income elderly maintains privacy, even in a semiprivate environment.
Finally, our Bronze winner is Atria Center City - Life Guidance Dining/Activity Area in Philadelphia, submitted by Meyer
Senior Living Studio (Ardmore, Pa.). The reprogramming and renovation of an existing assisted living floor into a new
memory care neighborhood answers goals to provide independence and social connection.
You couldn't find three more different projects, and yet they all deliver on transforming spaces in ways that will yield a
meaningful difference for the residents and staff using them.
Winners were selected by a panel of judges invited by SAGE (Society for the Advancement of Gerontological
Environments) and will be honored during a special awards luncheon taking place at the 2019 EFA Expo & Conference,
April 7-10 in Salt Lake City. A big thank you goes out to our jury members (listed below) for offering expertise to this
program. And to our winners-congratulations! Please read more about them on the following pages, and enjoy a
gallery of all participants starting on page 58.-Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, editor-in-chief

THANKS TO OUR 2018 EFA REMODEL/RENOVATION COMPETITION JURY
Andrew Alden, senior planner/senior designer, Eppstein Uhen Architects
Thomas Biel, executive vice president, Touchmark at The Ranch
Nichole Campbell, research scholar, Shimberg Center for Affordable Housing,
University of Florida
Nicole Casper, interior designer, Eppstein Uhen Architects
Andrew Centanni, vice president of building design and construction, Augustana Elim
Care Services
Meldrena Chapin, president, Design Research Consultancy
David Gray, director of health services, Cypress Cove at HealthPark Florida
David Heuring, partner/architect, RDG Schutte Wilscam Birge Inc.
Sue Lehrer, owner and principal, Sanders Lehrer LLC

Jodi Mason, associate/interior designer, SWBR
Russ McLaughlin, senior associate/designer, AG Architecture
Scott Neil, executive director, Touchmark at Mount Bachelor Village
Richard Ottens, senior designer/project manager, Juniper Design Group/Juniper
Communities
Frances Petrick, executive director, Brookside Care Center
Lori Reynolds, gerontologist and occupational therapist, Northern Arizona
University
David R. Soens, life safety fire authority, Wisconsin Department of Health Services
Luann Thoma-Holec, principal, Thoma-Holec Design LLC
Lori Wegman, principal, Wegman Design Group Inc.

About the submissions: The Remodel/Renovation Competition submissions come from across the U.S. and cover a variety of construction costs and project scopes. Every year, a
multidisciplinary panel of invited judges from SAGE (Society for the Advancement of Gerontological Environments) reviews the submissions. The panel includes architects, interior
designers, researchers, academics, regulatory experts, and providers. Judges view the submissions according to their areas of expertise, then rate the submissions and provide
comments to help clarify the rationale for the rating, before selecting winners. All participants pay a small entry fee and receive coverage of their project in the Remodel/Renovation
Gallery (see page 58). The top three projects receive expanded coverage on the pages that follow to highlight their winning projects. All write-ups were provided directly by the
submitting firms and were not edited for content by the Environments for Aging editorial staff.
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Editorial
Show Talk
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Photo Tour
Community
Selling points
Balancing act
Product Spotlight
Well rounded
Top 3 Remodel/ Renovation projects
Remodel/Renovation Gallery
Introduction
Product Innovation Award winners
Product Innovation Gallery
Design Profiles
The Spark
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