INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Mainstreet®, the nation’s largest developer of transitional healthcare properties, announced today that Meyer Najem, one of the Midwest’s largest construction firms, will exclusively lead its construction projects.

“The properties we develop represent how Mainstreet is transforming lives and disrupting the healthcare industry,” said Zeke Turner, founder and CEO of Mainstreet. “Meyer Najem has been an essential part of our team for almost a decade, building properties that deliver hospitality-oriented care on time and on budget. We are now strengthening our relationship and, together, further expanding our national footprint of post-acute and transitional care properties across the United States.”

The two Indiana-based companies have a longstanding relationship, dating back to 2008 when Mainstreet initially began developing, designing and building skilled nursing facilities. Since then, the two companies have collaborated on 36 properties, with approximately 40 more anticipated over the next two years.

“As Mainstreet continues to grow in the health care and housing markets, Meyer Najem is excited to grow with them,” said Tim Russell, president of Meyer Najem. “As more Americans need transitional and post-acute care, the properties we build for Mainstreet will play a critical role in their care, enabling them to get well and get back to their lives.”

Meyer Najem is currently building four Mainstreet properties in the states of Texas and Colorado, including a 70-bed, single-story facility in Loveland, Colorado. The project broke ground in October 2016, and is slated for completion in late 2017.

About Mainstreet

Mainstreet is a national company specializing in real estate development, value investments and health care. As the nation’s largest developer of transitional healthcare properties, Mainstreet has been recognized by Senior Housing News, winning the Architecture & Design Award three years in a row, and has been named to the Inc. 500l5000 six times since 2010. Mainstreet was recognized as the #1 Best Place to Work in Indiana for medium-sized businesses in 2016.

About Meyer Najem

The experts at Meyer Najem have been crafting buildings throughout the Midwest and beyond since 1987 and are proud to have been named an IndyStar Top Workplace eight years in a row. The company was also recognized on Engineering News Record’s “Top Regional and National Contractors” list in 2016 and is a past winner of the prestigious Coalition for Construction Safety’s Crystal Eagle Excellence in Safety Leader Award.

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