O wners , D evelopers & M anagers

M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal — Section B


PeachTree Health Group celebrates new facility with ribbon cutting ceremony J.G. Petrucci Co. completes expansion of brain injury rehabilitation center in Delaware


tending the ribbon cutting ceremony. Guests toured the development and design/build construction project, featur- ing a full-service restaurant- style family dining, state-of- the-art kitchen equipment, and design, activity rooms, physical therapy services, exercise rooms, and more. “We are thrilled to cel- ebrate our long-time partners on the opening of their new facility,” said principal of J.G. Petrucci Company, Greg Rogerson “Their dedication and service to their surround- ing communities, is a testa- ment to their patient and community-centric health approach.” Cerminara Architect designed the project. B ohler Engineering was the civil engineer. Construction work was completed by J.G. Pe- trucci’s in-house construction firm – Iron Hill Construc- tionManagement , based in Bethlehem, PA. MAREJ

ARBESON, DE — The newly construct- ed PeachTree Health

HI-LIGHTS Sept. 25 - Oct. 15, 2020 SPOTLIGHT Roofing/Flooring Group (PTHG) Rehabilitation Center held a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by PTHG and one of the region’s lead- ing development and design/ build construction firms J.G. Petrucci Company . J.G. Petrucci Co., Inc. re- cently completed their second project for the healthcare provider in Harbeson, DE. The $20-million project will feature 78-units for PTHG, a full-service, 24-hour as-

Shown from left: PeachTree president JimO'Connor, U.S. Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester, U.S. Sen. TomCarper, PeachTree director of business development Wayne Whelan, and principal at J.G. Petrucci Company Greg Rogerson.

sisted living facility that will provide the highest quality of brain injury rehabilitation services to its residents. “We are very excited to cele- brate PTHG and our ability to grow with residents of South-

ern Delaware, specializing in meeting the individual needs of adults with traumatic brain injuries,” said president of PeachTree, James O’Connor. “We are also pleased to see that growth extend to our

partnership with the J.G. Petrucci. Like a Peach Tree, Together We all Grow.” The United States Senator Tom Carper and Congress- men Lisa Blunt Rochester were among the guests at-

FirstService Residential welcomes The Saxony Cooperative to its Washington, DC portfolio


Contributing Columnist:

WASHINGTON, DC — FirstService Residential , North America’s property management leader, recently contracted to provide full- service property management services to The Saxony Coop- erative, a 161-unit community in Washington, DC. “We’re thrilled to announce our partnership with The Saxony,” said Michael Men- dillo president, FirstService Residential. “Our team’s vast experience and commitment to delivering service excellence in all we do will ensure a suc- cessful partnership for years to come.” This seven-story co-op build- ing stands on a hill in the Adams Morgan section of DC, overlooking Rock Creek Park and the National Zoo. While The Saxony is located in the heart of one of DC’s most ac- tive and diverse neighborhoods home to the District’s best restaurants and popular night-

Michael Mullin Integrated Business Systems Matan breaks ground on research & industrial park in Frederick Center 3B

The Saxony Cooperative erty management service,” said Trent Harrison , presi- dent, MidAtlantic, FirstSer- vice Residential. “Our team’s fine-tuned process and the cali -

ber of people we are mobilizing to address The Saxony’s needs are just a few of the reasons why the board selected First- Service Residential.” MAREJ

clubs, it is far enough away to offer its residents tranquility they desire. “We look forward to elevat- ing The Saxony’s level of prop-



Made with FlippingBook - Online magazine maker