Saddle Brook Senior Housing

The Housing Authority of Bergen County (HABC) is funding the construction of a Senior Living Facility in Saddle Brook, New Jersey.  The approx. 31,700 SF Two Story building of thirty (30) Apartments, Common Areas, Laundry Rooms is being constructed through Modular Construction. Modular Units will be fabricated off site, transported to the site and installed on the Pre-Fabricated Footings.

Jewish Home of River Vale

  • MAST provided Construction Management services for this new Assisted Living Facility. The 86,000 square foot state of the art facility includes 83 units consisting of 52 studio apartments, 27 one bedroom, and four two bedroom apartments.
  • This new home offers 24 Alzheimer’s/Special Care units in a separate single story facility with a secure outdoor area.
  • The Jewish Home Assisted Living Facility is opened and fully operational.

Greenwood House

Founded in Trenton in 1939, Greenwood House today continues with its mission to provide quality care for seniors. They offer Skilled Nursing (132 bed), Rehabilitation Services, Assisted Living (20 bed), Homemaker Services and Hospice Care. With the aging of the facility, it is in need of cosmetic upgrades including the replacement of wall and floor coverings, lighting, etc.

Senior Housing Renovations

The Township of Woodbridge has six senior housing facilities. This project involves upgrades at three of these six buildings: Greiner, Cooper and Olsen Towers. MAST finalized a Project Labor Agreement, served in the capacity as General Contractor responsible for procurement of all materials and equipment for unit renovations, developed phasing and worked diligently the Housing Authority to coordinate the movement of tenants in an efficient manner.
Upgrades include new kitchen cabinetry, windows, flooring, bathroom upgrades and painting.

Regal Pointe Assisted Living

The project is a change of use from an independent living facility to an assisted living facility.

  • 128 Units total; 27 units to be refurnished with new finishes
  • Conversion of 10% of units (12 units) to be fully ADA Compliant
  • Conversion for a new AL-MC Unit (Assisted Living- Memory Care) consisting of 18 units
  • Kitchen equipment upgrade and revised layout
  • Interior finish upgrades to common spaces
  • Exterior upgrades include:
    • New vinyl siding & trim
    • Renovations to Porte Cochere
    • New Garden courtyard for AL & AL2
    • New site lighting
    • New monument sign

Memory Care Living

MAST Construction provided Owner’s Representative and Construction Management Services for the Interior Renovations at six (6) of Memory Care Living’s Community Homes throughout New Jersey. These remodeled facilities which specialize in providing care for residents with Alheimer Disease or Dementia are located in Ramsey, Hillsdale, Paramus, Cresskill, Green Brook and Princeton.

The general scope of work for each home renovation included all new trim work around doors and windows, crown molding throughout as well as decorative coffered ceilings in the community rooms complete with new custom made entertainment wall units. New front entrance and rear patio doors were also installed. Each of the homes were also upgraded with new resilient flooring and carpeting, recessed lighting in hallways and community rooms and fresh paint in all common areas and bathrooms. The bathroom floors were also re-tiled with floor drains added.

All of the facilities except Paramus also received complete kitchen replacements including new cabinetry, granite countertops, tile floors and backsplashes and stainless steel appliances.

Lillian Booth Actors Home

The Lillian Booth Actor’s Home was designed and constructed in 1961 to accommodate 109 senior Screen Actor’s Guild professionals and their families. The facility housed 42 seniors that required Assisted Living and provided 67 seniors with Extended Care. This project is a vital expansion to meet the needs of this growing community. Significant in meeting the growing needs of the Lillian Booth Actor’s Home; is the network expansion which includes the following:

  • An additional 15 beds to the skilled nursing facility, increasing capacity from 67 to 82.
  • The expansion of sub-acute care, offering more residents IV therapies, wound care, pain management, and hospice.
  • The creation of a progressive rehabilitation and activities wing to provide physical, occupational and speech therapies.
  • The renovation of the lobby to enhance security, improve reception services and promote access to management and staff.