Villagio of Broomfield
Villagio of Broomfield is a cutting edge, 51-unit "Memory Care Continuum" that utilizes the latest in resident care philosophies and environmental design, providing options in memory care for residents with Alzheimer's, dementia or other memory disorders.
The 42,963 square-foot, single-story, wood-framed community is comprised of three pods with structural slab-on-void with stucco and faux stone exterior and a combination shingle, EPDM and metal roof. Individual units contain PTAC's; common spaces are served by a central mechanical system.
Villagio also has a full commercial kitchen.
Early in construction, record spring rains delayed the project for four months.
Pinkard collaborated with the Colorado Department of Transportation to create a West 120th Avenue acceleration/deceleration lane for the property, which is located between Sheridan Boulevard and Main Street in Broomfield.
During the design development phase, Pinkard worked closely with VTBS Architects and owner Blackwood Development to identify over $500,000 in value engineering savings.
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