Assisted Living and Memory Care Facility Built on 
Revolutionary Prescient System Opens in Florida

North Carolina-based construction technology company broadens national portfolio with 
Providence Living at Stuart

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Durham, NC, Sept. 19, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Prescient, a fully integrated BIM design and building technology platform, announced today the completion of its latest senior living project, a 112-bed assisted living and memory care facility, located in Stuart, Florida.

Providence Living at Stuart is a sprawling, two-story, 90,000-square-foot building that will serve as an assisted living and memory care facility for a senior living community. Located at 4900 SE Willoughby Blvd. in Stuart, the community features numerous on-site amenities, including restaurants, a spa and exercise rooms, a resort-style pool, a shaded tai chi court and several courtyards.

“The Prescient platform is ideally suited for senior living projects as it is the most cost-effective non-combustible building system available,” said Satyen Patel, Prescient chairman. “More cost-efficient than utilizing concrete or wood, the Prescient system has the ability to accommodate different types of units, enabling architects the flexibility and freedom to be as creative as they’d like in the design of the building. At the same time, recent stories about wood-framed buildings catching fire reinforce the need for safety in senior housing, and the Prescient system is a superior alternative.”

Patel also noted the Prescient system is an ideal solution for high-wind velocity coastal areas like Florida, which will be recovering from the effects of Hurricane Irma for some time. Prescient buildings are tolerant to Category 5 winds, which have sustained winds exceeding 156 mph.

The project is owned by Providence One Partners and contracted by JMBC/FM Harvey Construction. Baker Barrios Architects oversaw the project’s design and construction.

Prescient structures consist of a combination of standardized, pre-assembled steel posts, trusses and panels that are custom-manufactured using Prescient’s proprietary design software. The company optimizes the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industries by integrating a seamless process, tied together with a proprietary Digital Thread. From design to the finished product, Prescient’s innovative design platform offers a faster, greener and more cost-effective alternative than conventional building structures.

The project is Prescient’s third senior living project — and the first in Florida — following MorningStar at Ridgegate in Lone Tree, Colorado, and 5280 Residences in Denver.

Prescient platform technology is ideally suited for Multifamily, Student Housing, Senior Living and Hospitality applications and is being utilized in projects throughout the country. Prescient currently has projects underway or completed in Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma and Texas.


About Prescient

Established in 2012, Prescient is aiming for nothing less than a revolution in the way buildings take shape through new levels of cost efficiency, environmental sustainability and quality of outcome for all participants. Prescient’s platform ensures buildings perform better, cost less and take less time to build by employing a Digital Thread for leading-edge integrated manufacturing.

Digital Thread. The foundation for Prescient’s revolution is a standardized light gauge framing system that utilizes proprietary software applications which create a design and construction platform. Our Thread connects projects from the initial architectural design through the finished building. The Prescient Digital Thread is based on a model-centric design and planning platform that liberates project stakeholders to plan better and execute better. As a result, a project is no longer a series of isolated steps with familiar breakdowns and gaps. Instead, it becomes an orderly progression through a repeatable flow, connecting developer, designers, suppliers and contractors at every step. This seamless approach means higher productivity, higher quality, fewer last-minute conflicts on site, less waste, shorter schedules and a better ROI.

Integrated Manufacturing. Prescient uses precision manufacturing technology including robotics, laser cutting systems and state-of-the-art numerically controlled flexible manufacturing systems to deliver buildings with very tight tolerances, comparable to the automotive industry. Prescient’s Digital Thread integrates planning and design with manufacturing and installation.

We are Prescient. And we’re rebuilding construction from the ground up.

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