Palm Bay Senior Activity Center Holds Grand Re-Opening Ceremony After $425,000 Remodel

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funds for improvements were awarded from a Community Development Block Grant

The Greater Palm Bay Senior Activity Center held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday morning to celebrate their Grand Re-Opening. Over $425,000 worth of renovations and improvements were made using funds awarded from a Community Development Block Grant. (City of Palm Bay Image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – The Greater Palm Bay Senior Activity Center held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday morning to celebrate their Grand Re-Opening. More than $425,000 worth of renovations and improvements were made using funds awarded from a Community Development Block Grant.

Renovations include the replacement and repair of various systems and elements of the center and adjacent woodshop building.

Interior renovations included flooring repairs, the installation of hurricane-rated, insulated windows and doors as well as upgrades to facility doors, bathrooms, and drinking fountains.

Exterior renovations to the facility included the repair of mortar joints, the replacement of exterior siding, LED lighting upgrades throughout the property, and the replacement of the old pedestrian bridge. Repairs were also made to existing ducts and grills for the HVAC system.

The Greater Palm Bay Senior Activity Center held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday morning to celebrate their Grand Re-Opening. (City of Palm Bay image)

Facility features including the sidewalks, outdoor landings, outdoor access ramps, and parking areas were upgraded to ensure ADA compliance and accessibility.

Improvements were also made to the woodshop facility to comply with current standards set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Kitchen cabinets and countertops were replaced and repairs to the irrigation system were completed as well.

For more information, call the senior center at 321-724-1388 or visit their website at www.gpbsc.org.

Facility features including the sidewalks, outdoor landings, outdoor access ramps, and parking areas were upgraded to ensure ADA compliance and accessibility. (City of Palm Bay image)
Renovations include the replacement and repair of various systems and elements of the center and adjacent woodshop building. (City of Palm Bay image)