Tubman Towers

This major undertaking involved significant alterations and renovations to an existing four-story building designed for the elderly. The original structure was comprised of 32 efficiency units and 67 single bedroom units along with 57 total parking spaces.

Built in 1970, the existing structure consists of slab on grade construction, metal panel and brick exterior walls, precast concrete floors, block and wood-framed walls, sloped wood roof trusses, and asphalt shingles.

Work involved the renovation of 99-units including expansion and conversion of all efficiency units into one-bedroom units. In addition, ten handicap units and two sensory impaired units were constructed as well as a new elevator and space to house socialization, community, and supportive service areas. Site management, parking and landscape improvements were also included along with a new maintenance building.

Oregon Senior Lofts

MVAH Partners selected Ruscilli to serve as its general contractor for this 9% LIHTC / Ohio Housing Finance Authority project in 2018. The project consists of eighty-one (81) senior independent apartments that include one and two bedroom living units. The facility also includes a community room, business center and fitness room. The project is located near Pearson Metro Park offering scenic walking trails and outdoor amenities.

Omega Senior Lofts

MVAH Partners selected Ruscilli to serve as its general contractor for this 9% LIHTC / Ohio Housing Finance Authority project in 2018. The project consists of eighty-one (81) senior independent apartments that include one and two bedroom living units. The facility also includes a community room, business center and fitness room. The project is located within the Omega Community Development Campus Revitalization Area in the Dayton View Triangle Neighborhood. Omega Community Development Corporation is the Co –Developer for the project. The Harvard Campus located in Dayton, Ohio offers other unique amenities to residents including walking trails and a community park.

Quaker Heights Care Community

This project consisted of a 12,000 square foot, 15-bed addition to an existing skilled nursing facility in Waynesville, Ohio. The single-story wood-framed slab-on-grade addition was connected to the existing structure through approximately 1,200 square feet of renovated space. Site work included demolition of an existing emergency generator, fuel tank and underground utilities as well as installation of new service utilities and connections and a storm water management system.

 

Kensington Place

This independent Senior Living facility consists of studio, one, two, and three bedroom apartments totaling 126 units. Ruscilli renovated several units during Phase I by performing multiple upgrades to the kitchens and bathrooms while installing sprinkler heads in each of the bathrooms and smoke detectors in each of the bedrooms. These modifications allowed a change in use from an R-2 to I-1 Code classification thereby enabling the complex to be licensed by the State of Ohio as an Assisted Living facility.

Phase II consisted of a new single-story kitchen and central dining room addition as well as a rooftop pergola. During this Phase, first floor offices were converted into memory care units, an activities room, nurse’s station, and restrooms. On the 2nd floor, units were converted into new office space and wellness center. In addition, corridor and common area finishes were updated throughout the complex.

Friendship Village of Dublin Expansion

Friendship Village of Dublin selected Ruscilli to implement it’s long range expansion and renovation program ultimately re-shaping the entire campus.

Initial phases will revise the parking landscape of the campus, including demolition of existing parking structures, construction of new ones, revising access to main entries, and creation of additional parking spaces.

Later phases include renovations and additions to kitchen and dining structures, 79 new independent living units, various interior projects, and additions to the first and second floors of the Central ‘Clubhouse’.

Eastway Village

This new two-story senior housing facility consists of a slab on grade, wood framed building with a combination asphalt shingle and standing seam metal roof system. The exterior cladding consists of brick and siding to match existing structures on adjacent properties. In total, the project includes thirty-two units with a total gross square footage of 43,500 square feet.

Goodale Landing

This 68 unit 177,000 square foot independent senior living complex offers six levels of high-end living space situated above a two level parking garage. The upper floor features a plaza roof terrace overlooking downtown Columbus. The fully sprinklered structure utilized concrete auger cast piles, grade beam foundations, and post-tensioned floor slabs. The building envelope consists of aluminum clad wood windows and storefront complimented by a brick and curtain wall façade accented with metal roof components. The mechanical system consists of a packed rooftop chiller with vertical hydronic heat pumps serving each of the resident units. The facility also offers an emergency backup generator to provide power to the individual residences and common areas.