Sinai Residences in Boca Raton Now Offers 100% Generator Power Ahead of Hurricane Season
By: Sinai Residences
Sinai Residences already had a system in place back in 2018 when former Gov. Rick Scott mandated that all nursing homes have generators. The Governor's director came immediately after Hurricane Irma caused an outage at a Broward County rehabilitation (https://www.npr.org/
"The project is really exemplary of our board's commitment to 5-star service," explains Chris Newport, Executive Director of Toby & Leon Cooperman Sinai Residences. "Very few luxury retirement communities offer what we've been able to accomplish here. When the power goes out, within seconds, everything's back on – from kitchen equipment to air conditioning, even closet lights. Best of all is that every single elevator will still be fully operational, which is critical for our residents with mobility limitations."
Sinai Residences' generator farm, which features seven total generators, will ensure 100 percent of the campus is under generator power if the power goes out. This includes: Health Center, independent living suites, emergency lights, call lights, security safety, elevators, light switches, cooking elements, air conditioning, and more.
The update comes just in time, as NOAA's Climate Prediction Center forecasts (https://www.noaa.gov/
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