The Seasons at Alexandria profiled at LeadingAge session on Design for Aging Merit Awards
Posted October 26, 2018 in News
Cornelia Hodgson along with Dr. Robert Long, president and CEO of Baptist Life Communities, will be discussing The Seasons at Alexandria as part of the “Design for Aging: An In-Depth Look at Award of Merit Projects” session at the LeadingAge Annual Meeting + Expo on Monday, October 29.
At the conference last year, c.c. hodgson architectural group was awarded two Design for Aging awards by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and LeadingAge, including the highest honor of an Award of Merit for Seasons at Alexandria. Miami Jewish Health’s EmpathiCare Village, a unique model for memory care, was also selected for publication in the 14th edition of the Design for Aging Review.
This marks the 14thyear of the biannual competition that started in 1992 with c.c. hodgson architectural group having been recognized for 21 projects since that time. According to the AIA in announcing the award recipients, “there are few issues of our time that are more pressing than aging, a matter that your work demonstrates is a design issue both in the way we shape our communities and how we build those facilities that provide skilled medical care.”