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Creating Homelike Environments for Excellent Care

On a sunny afternoon, PRA joined staff members, City of De Pere Mayor Mike Walsh, City of Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt, the Greater Green Bay Chamber ambassadors, and members of the community to celebrate the completion of the new facility, Residence by Rennes in De Pere, WI. The Assisted Living and Memory Care facility contains 24 units and represents the first of its type for the Rennes Group. After working with the Rennes Group for over 15 years on numerous projects across their various campuses,

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Plunkett Raysich Architects, LLP Announces Senior Partners

Plunkett Raysich Architects, LLP (PRA) announced the promotion of four to the title of Senior Partner: Scott Kramer, Gregg Golden, Michael Sobczak, and Steven Kieckhafer.
“As a mentor to Scott, Michael, Gregg, and Steve, it’s been rewarding to see their personalities and architectural skills grow and blossom into leaders with our clients and staff,” said David Raysich, AIA, Managing Partner. “They have played a huge part in the firm’s success and I am excited about the firm’s future as they take on Senior Partnership roles.”

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PRA Celebrates the Completion of Rennes Group Addition

Plunkett Raysich Architects, LLP announced today the completion of its latest project for the Rennes Group — a 35,000 sq. ft. addition to the long-term care provider’s facility in Weston, Wis.

The short-term rehab addition expands Rennes Rehab & Health Center’s existing facility to meet the growing needs of the Weston and Wausau communities.

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PRA Announces Completion of UW Cancer Center – Riverview Project

MILWAUKEE, WI – Plunkett Raysich Architects, LLP (PRA), one of Wisconsin’s leading architecture and interior design firms, announced today the recent completion of the University of Wisconsin Cancer Center – Riverview addition and renovation project in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.

A result of the master plan, the project involved a 4,498 sq. ft. addition and 4,964 sq. ft. renovation.

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The Power of Shared Knowledge

At PRA, we encourage a very collaborative approach to each and every project. Sharing and exchanging knowledge is a powerful tool, and one we believe should be practiced regularly. So when I was asked to join a Provider Expert Work Group to discuss the development of new dementia standards and training, I agreed to join without hesitation.

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