Case Study: Enhance Quality and Reduce Costs to Your Assisted Living Facility

Updated: Jun 3

A South Bay assisted living facility had planned on building a new senior residence several years ago; however, their plan collapsed when the project’s cost far exceeding the owner’s budget. Expenses ballooned due to a building plan that included a costly million-dollar fire road and an unnecessary hillside design, though building the structure on level ground would have reduced costs significantly.


The owner had no choice but to halt the job, and the project languished for more than two years. HGCI learned about what had happened, contacted the owner and a new design-build plan was agreed on that offered more space at a lower price. When the project is completed, there will be no compromise to quality--yet money will be saved. Perhaps most importantly, there will be more space to accommodate the growing need for high quality, comfortable and safe senior housing.

Quality | Costs | Scheduling

  • Quality centers around being accountable to produce excellence every single day. Seniors residents want to be comfortable and have all the amenities; they deserve to live in a safe and supportive environment. A quality design-build helps ensure that goal is met.

  • Cost focuses on making smart decisions in planning and in real-time throughout the design-build process to save you money and cultivate peace of mind. Cost should always follow intention: Decide on what you want, and HGCI will help you build it at a reasonable price.


  • Schedule revolves around meeting deadlines from the permitting phase through your project's final completion. It also means being realistic about how long a project is going to take, which is why HGCI establishes interim goals to make sure that each project is completed on time.

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