Benetas The Views At Heidelberg Wins MBA Award

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To have an Aged Care Facility’s builder receive the Master Builders Association of Victoria (MBAV) Excellence in Construction of Commercial Buildings $20M-30M is a break-through in aged care residential design. The Benetas The Views at Heidelberg 103-bed, state-of-the-art, apartment-style living residence in Melbourne’s North East opened in October 2018, and was designed to support the industry-leading Benetas Best Life Model of Care. Creating a genuine household environment, each apartment has its own kitchen, lounge and dining areas with residents having their own private room with an ensuite.

Benetas CEO Sandra Hills OAM, said the win was well deserved “ADCO Constructions did a fantastic job on The Views, which was a really important development for Benetas,” she said. “It was our first building constructed from the ground up to accommodate the Best Life Model of Care and ADCO exceeded our expectations.”

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ADCO Constructions Senior Design Manager, Glen Blamey, said the company was thrilled with the win.

The Views at Heidelberg will shortly celebrate its first year since last year’s launch with positive feedback on the Best Life Model of Care and the building itself. I was fortunate to visit the newly built facility last year, having been invited in my role as a Placement Consultant and was impressed by the quality and style of building and fittings, as well as the concept of care.

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Of the thirteen aged care apartments, each has seven or eight residents who are supported and encouraged to continue pursuing their hobbies and interests through a lively activities program with a happy hour, bus tours, fitness programs and movie screenings. Facilities also include a café and sports bar,

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wellness centre/day spa, hairdressing salon, arts and crafts room, cinema and library.

Being an Aged Care Placement Consultant I visit many aged care homes and it is encouraging to see innovative styles of aged care being adopted.