September 2018: Hoisting roof trusses for Crossings West Phase 2b.
Concrete poured for the floor slab for Crossings West Phase 2b.
Crossings East Phase 2a and connecting bridge from Phase I, door to parking garage under the bridge, and connecting corridor to Cedar house in Personal Care. Inside, hanging and finishing of drywall on the 3rd floor is underway, as well as roughing in electrical and plumbing on 2nd floor, framing interior walls on 1st floor.
June 2018: With the High Learning & Wellness Center now open, and first residents moved into Phase 1 of the Crossings apartments, work now focuses on Phases 2A and 2B. The windows are installed in Phase 2A, shown with the connector bridge from the High Center. The second photos show where a wing of Homeview has been removed allowing Phase 2B to begin to come out of the ground.
April 2018: Things are finishing in the Phase 1 Learning & Wellness Center portion of Crossings. Outside the building, curbs and sidewalks are nearly complete, and paving and landscaping are ready to begin. The 3rd and 2nd floors are substantially complete. Work is happening on the 1st ground floors with painting, installing ceiling panels, and flooring expected to finish end of month. Work is also going on of the Crossings East apartments.
April 2018: The Crossings with Calvin G. and Janet C. High Learning & Wellness Center is nearing completion. First occupants of Crossings apartments on upper floors scheduled to move end of May. Pictured is the Wellness Center on the south side of the building with swimming pool, Fitness Center, and Wellness Studio.
January 2018: A view from the top. An expansive Northward view of Landis Valley and owl Hill can be seen from the Crossings 3rd floor Community Room.
January 2018: The next phase of 33 Crossings apartment homes is coming out of the ground. Photos show block going up for the walls of the parking garage and stair tower.
December 2017: A bird’s eye view of anticipating the construction of Crossings East (Phase 2A) and Crossings West (Phase 2B), and how they will connect to the Crossings and the new Learning & Wellness Center.
November 2017: Building permit for Phase 2a issued last week. Footings are underway.
October 2017: New Center Passes Mid-Point (read article here)
August 2017: Topping Off Ceremony
July 2017: Third floor walls going on the East side of the new building.
June 2017: Wood framing for 1st floor exterior walls going up.
May 2017: Steel beams and columns are in place. Work will now move on to decking for the floor over the parking garage.
April 2017: Construction is well underway for the new Learning & Wellness Center with 22 Crossings apartments. Work includes pouring concrete footings and foundation walls, laying block for stair towers and elevator shaft, as well as installing storm water controls and other underground utilities. The projected completion is the end of March 2018 for the 22 Crossings apartments and Learning & Wellness Center.
March 2017 — Making good progress getting the building out of the ground. Pouring foundation walls, laying block for stair tower and elevator shaft.
February 2017 — Blasting for rock removal has moved along Oregon Road for road widening and storm water controls.
January, 25, 2017– The construction site for the Learning & Wellness Center is now mostly clear of buildings and trees. Electric service was relocated last week, and this week drilling and blasting is underway for rock and dirt removal.
December 2016 — Removal of cottages has begun to clear the space for the new Learning & Wellness Center. A construction entrance has been installed and perimeter fencing put into place.
September 27, 2016 — Landis Homes and Landis Communities boards and leadership team joined with residents, their family members, employees and honored guests from the community to officially break ground for a new Learning & Wellness Center. It was a sparkling fall afternoon as approximately 300 persons athered outdoors for the ceremony. “Today we are breaking ground for an innovative addition to the center of our campus,” said CEO Larry Zook. “We are grateful to all who have gone before us in helping to create the community we celebrate today, founded on a desire to be a community of Christ-like love.”