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Construction underway on visiting nurse HQ.

Construction underway on visiting nurse HQ

Led by Runnemede Mayor Anthony M. Beatrice, members of the Camden County, New Jersey, business and civic communities were on hand at ground-breaking ceremories marking the commencement of construction of the new headquarters for the Southern New Jersey Visiting Nurse Service Systems Inc. at the Runnemede Corporate Center.

The new 23,300 square-foot facility is the third building to be added to the center, which is the largest commercial development to be undertaken in Camden County in over a decade. Upon completion, Runnemede will contain over 600,000 square-feet of space.

The new Visiting Nurse headquarters, which will enlarge and consolidate offices from Woodbury and Collingswood center, is being built by Bomar Builders of Fairfield.

The new structure, which will be a one-story free standing structure is scheduled for completion in the first quarter of 1992 according to Bomar President Michael Vetri.

Vetri noted that Visiting Nurse, which provides home health care services, choose the Runnemede location because it offers key highway access and proximity to its existing customer base.

The Runnemede Corporate Center is located on a 60-acre site at Exit 3 of the New Jersey Turnpike. This strategic location offers access to central and southern New Jersey via Routes 130, 42, the Black Horse Pike and the Atlantic City Expressway.

Being developed by The Richards Group, the Runnemede Corporate Center currently includes as tenants Airborne Express and U.S. Systems Inc. Bomar, which has built all structures within the center, has also begun construction on a new Sears Roebuck Regional Training Center at Runnemede.

Ultimate plans for the center according to Vetri, call for the construction of nine free-standing buildings comprised of office, hightech, and distribution space. Each building will contain private entrances and incorporate a uniform appearance with individualized features.

PHOTO : Business and civic leaders were on hand at groundbreaking ceremonies marking the construction of the Visiting Nurse complex at the Runnemede Corporate Center. Shown L to R: Joseph Stanzione, Visiting Nurses; Milton S. Augenblick, architect; Marianne Czoch, president, Visiting Nurses; Michael Vetri, president, Bomar Builders; Anthony Beatrice, Mayor of Camden; Edward Andrew, Midlantic Bank.
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Title Annotation:Property Improvement Supplement
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Oct 16, 1991
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