Aspiring Lifestyle Retirement Village is delighted to announce the completion of Stage 2 development of the Aspiring Enliven Care Centre in Wanaka.
Stage 2 consists of 12 additional bedrooms, all with full individual ensuites, enhanced living and dining space and the building of a full production kitchen to serve both Aspiring Enliven residents. “This extension will go some way to meeting the growing need for additional care beds in the Wanaka region” said AECC Director, Jennie Anderson.
Jacqui Boylen, Manager and her team look forward to welcoming the first residents into the new rooms from early December onwards.
Directors from Aspiring Village, along with AECC partners from Presbyterian Support Otago, were delighted to welcome invited guests to the opening on Friday 29 November in the Cardrona Lounge.
Directors Dee and Peter Gordon cut the ribbon to signify the opening. Dee and Peter, founding partners of Aspiring Village and original owners of the land, said it was their vision which has been brought to life today.
Maurice Burrows of PSO wanted to acknowledge Breens Construction for managing Stage 2 of the build in a way that minimized the daily disruption of residents and staff and for the overall quality of their workmanship.