JKF ARCHITECTURE selected for O’Berry Center Renovation
JKF ARCHITECTURE has been selected to upgrade Building ELC-1 at the O’Berry Neuro-Medical Treatment Center in Goldsboro, NC. The project will upgrade the building to meet the state’s licensure rules for skilled nursing, as well as renovate the facility to deliver a higher level of patient care.
“We are looking forward to working with the NC Department of Health and Human Services again at the O’Berry Center in Goldsboro,” said JKF ARCHITECTURE President John Farkas. “We look forward to delivering a final design that supports the O’Berry Center’s mission, as well as its special-needs population.”
JKF ARCHITECTURE has successfully completed a number of full-service projects across Eastern North Carolina for the NC Department of Health and Human Services, including similar major upgrades to both Buildings ELC-2 and ELC-4 at O’Berry. All the projects required unique and personal attention, were performed in compacted time frames, and were very specialized in nature.