Monday, October 6, 2014

Bancroft Relocating to Recently Acquired Building

by Steve Lubetkin Staff Writer at
Bancroft, a neurological healthcare provider for children and adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities and adults needing neurological rehabilitation, will relocate its headquarters to 1255 Caldwell Road, a recently purchased 41,500 square foot office building located in Cherry Hill, NJ. The building presently houses the headquarters of Admiral Insurance Company, a division of the W.R. Berkley Corporation, an excess and surplus lines commercial carrier.

As of January 1, 2015, the new headquarters will house all of the organization’s administrative departments that support programs and services throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware.

“This new, modern office space will allow our leadership and administrative departments to operate more efficiently and comfortably as they strive to accomplish Bancroft’s mission of offering a wide range of programs and services that make a real difference in people’s lives,” —says Toni Pergolin, Bancroft president and CEO.

“We are thrilled that Bancroft has chosen Cherry Hill to be its new headquarters location,” says Cherry Hill Mayor Chuck Cahn. “It signals a continuation of Bancroft’s 131 year commitment to the Camden County community, where Bancroft today employs over 1,000 people, and is another example of the steady and significant growth of economic development in Cherry Hill.”

The new building will also house an additional location of Bancroft Office Support Services (BOSS), a full service printing and office support business staffed entirely by adults served at Bancroft. BOSS, a division of Bancroft Enterprises, will continue to serve the printing and copying needs of the Bancroft staff while remaining open to members of the community from that location as well.

Bancroft has other facilities expansion initiatives underway. Earlier this year, Bancroft announced the December 2014 opening of the Bancroft NeuroRehab Resnick Center at Mount Laurel in Mount Laurel, NJ. The 18,000-square-foot facility will enable Bancroft NeuroRehab to expand its services in occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy, neuropsychology, cognitive rehabilitation therapy, therapeutic activities, health and wellness programs, and nutritional counseling with a special focus on serving veterans.

“As our expansion continues, it will allow Bancroft to serve even more individuals in community-based settings,” says Pergolin.

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