The Mimara Group, experts in the creation of responsible homes for the elderly and which currently manages more than 800 beds throughout Spain, will be in charge of managing the new residence for the elderly that Quality Care will develop in the vicinity of Plaza del Sol in Móstoles. Both companies have reached a collaboration agreement that includes the management, for a minimum of 25 years, for this turnkey project, which involves the creation of 153 rooms adapted to all the needs of elderly users and an adjoining day centre. Quality Care will be in charge of developing the real estate project of the residence, from its conception to its handover to the Mimara Group. Of the 153 rooms to be built, 28 will be doubles and 123 singles, giving a total capacity for 180 people, as well as a day centre for 45 people. Each floor of the residence will include open spaces for small groups (around 15 people), gymnasiums and autonomy rooms, and a therapeutic or care area will also be created for the proper care of all users.
The new residence, which will be called Mimara Móstoles, is part of an ambitious project promoted by the Móstoles Town Council, which hopes to become an example of intergenerational coexistence, as it will include a second building 176 housing units for rent, with a rent stipulated under the parameters of subsidised housing, and which will be developed in its entirety by the Grupo Avintia Real Estate.
The entire project, including the residence, will be developed by the Grupo Avintia Real Estate and built by ávita, the Grupo Avintia’s industrialised construction company. Thus, the elements that make up the building will be produced in the factory – including finishes, insulation, installations and so on – and then assembled on site. This will make it possible to achieve shorter execution times and a drastic reduction in the environmental impact of the new buildings, which will have BREEAM certification.
Ávita will create high quality healthy spaces, thanks to the sensorisation and monitoring of air quality, which will be able to activate ventilation mechanisms when necessary due to the presence of harmful gases, for example, as well as the selection of materials and elements that minimise or eliminate particles that are harmful to health, with the aim of caring for the wellbeing of the end user. It will also allow the building’s consumption and maintenance to be monitored centrally, optimising its management.
Móstoles, a benchmark for intergenerational coexistence
The Grupo Avintia and the Grupo Mimara are committed to Móstoles for the development of a unique complex that will be a benchmark in Spain. In addition, this new nursing home will provide stable direct employment for more than 100 people and will offer the city a first class individualised service for its users and their families.
“With this project, we at Quality Care are applying our person-centred care model to adapt our project to the end user and their needs, fully aware that our mission is to contribute our ability to create living spaces where residents feel at home“, explained Paz Membibre, Director of Senior Living at Quality Care. “Participating in the opening of this innovative and pioneering project in the social and healthcare sector is a business and professional challenge that places Mimara in a new management model focused on improving the well-being of users and their families,” said Miguel Márquez, Founder of the Mimara Group.