Parsons Presbyterian Manor celebrates completion of $1.2 million renovation
After eight months of construction, Parsons Presbyterian Manor is celebrating the completion of a large renovation of the senior living community.
Sutherland Construction served as the contractor for the $1.2 million renovation. Pittsburg Interiors, CD Electric and Coomes Plumbing all contributed work to the project.
The renovation includes upgrades to residential rooms, which have brand new heating and air conditioning units that will allow each occupant to adjust the temperature to their preference. Floor coverings have been replaced throughout the community, and corridors have new artwork and a fresh coat of paint.
The health care dining room received a complete overhaul, and now chefs can cook on-site.
“Whether residents stay with us for a few weeks or many years, we want them to be as comfortable as possible,” said Maegen Pegues, executive director at Parsons Presbyterian Manor. “This renovation will benefit all residents with a better dining experience and improved aesthetics.”
Bill Taylor, chief operating officer for PMMA (Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America®), said the project goes to the heart of the nonprofit organization’s mission.
“Making improvements to our communities is just one way we serve our mission of providing quality senior services guided by Christian values,” he said.
Parsons Presbyterian Manor offers independent living, assisted living, long-term health care and short-term rehabilitation. For more information about Parsons Presbyterian Manor, contact Natae Nash, marketing and sales counselor, at 620-421-1450 or firstname.lastname@example.org.