ABCM Corporation invests in local Assisted Livings

ARMSTRONG/SWEA CITY — Main Street Manor Independent & Assisted Living in Swea City and Spring Creek Independent & Assisted Living in Armstrong, both owned and operated by ABCM Corporation, have recently completed the installation of new generators to provide safety for tenants in the event of a power outage.

Dawn Runksmeier, administrator at Valley Vue Care Center in Armstrong, which oversees both of the assisted livings, says she is excited to see the completion of the project for both facilities. “We are blessed with having these generators for the tenants at Spring Creek and Main Street Manor so in the event of a power outage, they will still have access to electricity and heat, without the worry of needing to find elsewhere for those things.”

Spring Creek Independent & Assisted Living, which initially housed a 100kW generator installed when the facility was first built, invested $154,210 to upgrade to a natural gas 150kW generator, that now has the capacity to power a majority of the facility. Main Street Manor, which has not previously had a generator, also installed a natural gas 150kW generator to power the entire facility, for a total of $177,999. ABCM Corporation’s top priority is always enhancing tenants’ safety, care and peace of mind, and felt the investments were important and necessary as there are limited or no alternative places to go, should an emergency situation occur at either facility.


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