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New Facility Rendering

Park Manor Care has been considering redevelopment options for the last number of years; driven by the need to ensure that the residents of Transcona and the surrounding area receive quality personal care home services. We at Park Manor Care are committed to continue providing these services for many years to come.

With the Manitoba Government's "Aging in Place" strategy and it's initiatives to renovate shared spaces and add supportive and assisted living spaces, we feel that the time is ideal to move forward with a new Assisted Living facility - conencted to East Park Lodge..

Park Manor Care is also working on plans for a residential type of personal care home - with a more homelike environment.  Stay tuned for more news in 2018!

We commissioned LM Architectural Group to do the architectural design and renderings of the new facility. They have many years of experience dealing with strategic planning, feasibility studies, master plans and design concepts covering all key architectural sectors.

We will need the pesonal and financial support of our community to help us with our contribution towards a new facility.
We have chosen the Pink Flamingo as the appropriate mascot for this endeavor.

For more information on the project please contact Collin Akre at (204) 222-3251 (ext. 224) or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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LM Architectural Group

Our Project Lead Consultant is LM Architectural Group as directed by Jim Orlikow, Principal. They have years of experience dealing with strategic planning, feasibility studies, master plans and design concepts covering all key architectural sectors. In particular, major projects in Healthcare, Education, Transportation, Cultural, Research and Corporate environments, providing strong leadership, communication, planning, and design skills.  

Other Consultant firms include: 

Structural: Crosier Kilgour & Partners Ltd.
Electrcial & Mechanical: SMS Engineering Ltd.
Landscape: Hilderman Thomas Frank Cram