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Engberg Anderson, Inc.

June 1, 2008
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Established: 1987

Staff: 85

Locations: Milwaukee, WI; Madison, WI; Tucson, AZ

Markets Served: Active Adult Communities, Alzheimer's/Dementia, Assisted Living, Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC), Hospice, Independent Living, Post-Acute/Rehab, Skilled Nursing/Nursing Homes, Wellness Centers

Services: Architecture, Conservation, Consulting, Green/Sustainable Design, Interior Design, Master Planning

Three Projects of Note:

Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice [Sheyboygan Falls, WI] September 2007

Wisconsin Veteran's Home - Southern Wisconsin Center [Union Grove, WI] March 2006

AngelsGrace Hospice [Oconomowoc, WI] April 2004

Contact Information:

Jean Casey

Engberg Anderson, Inc.

320 E. Buffalo St.

Milwaukee, WI 53202

Ph.: (414) 944-9000 Fax: (414) 944-9100

E-mail: jeanc@engberganderson.com

Web: http://www.engberganderson.com

The 30,000-sq.-ft. Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice in Sheyboygan Falls, WI, provides in-patient hospice care in 16 private rooms and 2 pediatric/family rooms. The rooms capture ample natural light with multiple views and each has access to a private outdoor patio

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The 30,000-sq.-ft. Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice in Sheyboygan Falls, WI, provides in-patient hospice care in 16 private rooms and 2 pediatric/family rooms. The rooms capture ample natural light with multiple views and each has access to a private outdoor patio


Engberg Anderson has developed a reputation for designing long-term care environments that adapt to the future, inspire caregivers and lift the spirits of those served. Our clients are truly our partners; with whom we combine innovative thinking and attention to the smallest details with consistent, forward-looking, evidence-based design. Long-term care communities are homes, not transitory places. We believe that these environments should reflect the familiarity and security that “home” connotes. Our presentation of creative options, combined with continuous interaction, communication and teamwork, ensures successful projects that improve quality of life and quality of care.

Will you be applying principles of sustainable or “green” design to long-term care projects and, if so, how?

At Engberg Anderson, sustainable design principles are applied to every aspect of our daily practice. We understand the benefits of environmental sensitivity, occupant health and productivity, and the increased financial viability green design adds to long-term care projects. Engberg Anderson is currently registered for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design® (LEED) certification on seven projects that range in scale from commercial interiors to new construction to entire neighborhoods. As a way to demonstrate LEED and Energy Star principles and benefits to our clients, friends and consultants, we are currently anticipating LEED-Commercial Interiors Silver certification for our newly renovated home office in Milwaukee, WI.

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