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Ground Breaking for Improvements to The ARC Westchester Ann Manzi Center

The ARC Westchester recently celebrated a ground breaking ceremony for the addition of a new nature walk trail at the Ann Manzi Center in Mt. Kisco, New York. The plans to build this accessible nature walking trail on the campus, which will be handicap accessible, also include creating a sunken patio connected to the south side of the building and an improved entryway with an awning for drop offs.


Cuono Engineering is providing structural engineering services for the design of framing modifications, including a 1-story addition of an enclosed vestibule, a new roof structure, the replacement of rear exterior windows with operable window wall panels, and a feasibility study of adding the exterior sunken patio.

The newly designed features will not only enhance the overall aesthetics and functionality of the campus, but will also provide health and wellness benefits to the approximately 500 program participants. The ARC Westchester currently has 67 locations and serves around 2,000 individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. While The ARC receives some state funding, improvements such as these are funded through the support of donors.


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Site/Civil Engineer: InSite Engineering