Delivering in independent living, residential aged care and respite services, Emmy Monash is a not-for-profit Jewish Aged Care provider, located in Caulfield North. Having recently completed their five-year strategic plan over a period of significant growth, Emmy Monash have continued to provide ongoing improvement for the lives of the Jewish community. As part of this strategic plan, INTREC worked with DDPS Projects to deliver the major upgrade of 17 independent living apartments and 49 ensuites, in addition to refurbishing various medical facilities including physio, treatment rooms and clinics, staff administration and office spaces, a new reception, hairdresser, café and two commercial stainless steel kitchens.
Such a large site required strict organisation and communication between the project team and the client, who INTREC formed a strong relationship with over the course of the project. INTREC managed frequent design changes within a particularly tight programme, which included facilitating work around Jewish holidays. Throughout the duration of the project, INTREC successfully maintained safe access routes through live construction zones to allow staff to continue to care for residents still living at Emmy Monash. Improved facilities such as this, provide rewarding opportunities for residents; encouraging new programs and partnerships.
INTREC are proud to play a part in supporting the growing demands of Aged Care services throughout Australia.