Willmar based Marcus Construction has been awarded the construction management contract for the 100,000+ square foot project and will provide pre-construction and construction management services. Marcus also recently completed the Town Center renovation at the Bethesda Grand Willmar Campus, including the new 250 seat Carrie’s Chapel and Town Center destinations. Marcus Construction will work alongside Pope Architects of St. Paul and Lori DeAntoni Interior Designs of Annandale, to design a modern care and lifestyle senior living campus.
The development of a new comprehensive care campus was initiated by Bethesda’s board of directors in response to the shifting demographic of the surrounding areas and its strategic mission to provide excellent health services to West Central Minnesota seniors within their home communities.
The new campus will boast a beautiful landscape setting located off of Peterson Parkway, while remaining accessible to the neighboring Carris Health medical clinic and community resources.
Design & Construction Partners:
Marcus Construction, founded in 1956, is a family-owned general contractor with a diverse portfolio including health care, commercial, educational, financial, retail and industrial projects. Marcus has a rich tradition of exceptional projects, constructed with a strong focus on customer service, safety, budget and schedule.
Pope Architects, founded in 1974, Pope is a Minnesota-based architecture firm that is focused on providing the highest level of service to all its clients to develop innovative and successful design solutions. Today team members work on an incredibly unique and diverse projects both locally and nationally. The firm’s primary design focus is on office, industrial, senior living, multi-family housing, healthcare, retail and education design.
Lori DeAntoni Interior Design, is an independent interior designer out of Annandale, Minnesota. She has been partnered with Bethesda for Willmar campus redesign projects since 2009 and has been influential in the Willmar revitalization projects over the past five years.