The Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi new convent consists of a 130,000 SF convent and office building, a 48 unit assisted living wing and a 32 unit memory care wing which are located on either side of the town square and office space.Read More
This 25,300 SF ministry home for the Carmelite Sisters of the Divine Heart of Jesus will have 15 units featuring large, shared dining and living spaces, a prayer room, a 2nd floor reflection patio, and a recreation space for exercising and relaxation. GROTH Design Group will also be assisting with removal of the Boy’s Home Dormitory which is necessary for the new construction.Read More
This project includes the upgrading of finishes and furniture on the fourth and fifth floors of the Long Term Care and Rehabilitation Center of the Eastcastle Place facility in Milwaukee.
The services provided on these floors are critical to the overall wellbeing of residents and as such, demand an environment that is both reassuring and uplifting.
At Cedar Bay West, GROTH Design Group has created a 5,700 SF entry addition and canopy to refresh the building and provide it with more residential prominence. Public spaces and corridors are being refurbished to uplift spirits and bring in natural light.
GROTH Design Group is also working on the reorganization of resident spaces, a library, general store, movie theatre, wellness area, laundry, hair salon and spas. The residents’ dining has shifted to the back of the building,allowing panoramic views of the peaceful, wooded setting.
At the adjacent facility, Cedar Bay East, GROTH Design Group is assisting with interior design upgrades to the public spaces to enhance the energy and illuminate internal areas.Read More
As Milwaukee Catholic Home was approaching its 100th anniversary, GROTH Design Group was engaged as a trusted partner to serve its people and leaders. Projects included:
- St. Anne’s Chapel Renovation
- Dining Room Renovation
- Lower Level Renovation
- Public Space Renovations
- Astor Room
- Hospitality Suite
- Monument signs, building signage, and wayfinding signs
Two new exterior entrances are being created for the St. Francis Chapel which was built in 1894. Salvaged bricks will clad the main entrance. Its design will mimic the existing chapel. The second entrance and vestibule will resemble the new convent.Read More