The newest addition to Brandermill Woods Retirement Community raises the bar for rehabilitation spaces. Cold, hospital-like rooms are absent from this 17,566 square foot addition; instead, 22 fully accessible rehabilitation rooms combine practical use with home-like comfort. For Brandermill Woods residents and temporary guests alike, these rooms provide a beautiful, peaceful, and open space where guests can recover from surgeries or illnesses. Elegant common spaces, including a fireside dining room with a full menu, are more reminiscent of a country club than a rehab facility. Behind the physical beauty and warm atmosphere of this new $3.5 million addition, there is full functionality to support patient rehabilitation. Housing specialized lighting and state-of-the-art life safety technology, Brandermill Woods ensures that patients no longer have to choose between comfort and top-notch medical care. Reese Engineering provided full mechanical, electrical, plumbing, technology, and lighting design services for this new rehab facility, which services both Brandermill Woods Retirement Community and the larger Midlothian area.
Photography by Nathan Cox