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Heddington Oaks Skilled Nursing Facility

This project consists of a new 214 bed skilled nursing facility for Peoria County. In addition to assisting the Owner and design team on this project by providing comprehensive pre-construction services including cost estimating, constructability reviews and life cycle costing, River City Construction provided complete construction phase services for the 155,000 square foot facility.  The new facility achieved a LEED Gold Certification.

  • Owner: County of Peoria
  • Architect: Larson and Darby Group

“I want to thank River City Construction and tell you what a pleasure it has been to work with all of you for these past several years.   Working with River City has been the single best construction experience of my 35 years in the development business.”

“With your preconstruction services we were able to flexibly budget and structure an approach that made great sense for Peoria County.  Your efforts to work with the Larson and Darby Group and deliver what their documents called for were also as good as I have ever experienced.”

“I can’t say enough about the quality of River City’s people.  There was never a moment when I had reason to question the integrity of RCC or its people.  From my perspective you always placed theCounty’s interest above RCC’s.”

Gary Kobes, Landside Resources, Inc.

 

 

 

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