New Senior Center plans unveiled for community next week

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Final design concepts for the for the new Living Center at St. John’s are ready for review and will be presented to the community next week.

Aerial view of the new Living Center location. (SJMC)

A team from Anderson Mason Dale Architects will present drawings and a preferred site layout at 5:30pm on Monday, March 19 in the St. John’s Medical Center lobby, followed by a question and answer period.

“The architects had an extensive listening process as part of their initial planning for this project,” said Paul Beaupré MD, CEO of St. John’s Medical Center. “They met with the public, the Living Center task force, Living Center staff, residents and families, and other stakeholders as they worked to develop the final programs and spaces. This is an opportunity for the public to hear from the architects on the process, to see how the spaces will relate to each other, and to review the preferred concept for the way the building will be sited on the property.”

This is the second of several information-sharing sessions with the architects, which will follow the project’s design development and conclude at the end of May with a presentation of schematic designs.

Refreshments will be provided.

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