Construction begins this summer in Sault Ste. Marie on the largest home for the aged in the province. Groundbreaking on the $44.4-million, 370-bed facility is expected in mid-June, with a completion date of March 2004. Design plans unveiled to Sault politicians May 27 by architect Robert Davies of Montgomery Sisam Associates of Toronto show a 233,000-square-foot village square-type setting. The new building will be built adjacent to the existing F.J. Davey Home, which no longer meets Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care standards. Tenders for the first phase closed May 27, while tenders for the second phase will be called in July with closure in late August. It is the largest long-term care facility being built by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, which prefers to keep seniors homes in the 150- to 200-bed range.