The Jamaica Paralympic Association (JPA) announced it will upgrade the basketball court and swimming pool at the Sir John Golding Rehabilitation Centre in Kingston.
Refurbishment of the facilities will cost JMD2.3 million (£11,800/$15,700/€13,200) and is being supported by Surgix Limited, a Jamaican company for prosthetics solutions, joint replacement and regenerative medicine.
Surgix is currently building a rest area by the swimming pool and a concrete walkway to provide easier access for people in wheelchairs.
It is also upgrading the basketball court, modernising the lighting and ventilation systems, refurbishing bathroom and changing facilities, and landscaping.
JPA director Winfield Boban is also the Surgix Limited managing director.
"Winfield is demonstrating the humanity and conviction that characterise the Paralympic movement and is building hope, cementing dreams and demonstrating faith in the abilities of our athletes to become the best versions of themselves," said JPA President Christopher Samuda.
"The clubhouse, from ever since, has been the home of Paralympic leaders and achievers and houses our gym facilities.
"Surgix is now a part of its character and will be of its history."
The initiative is also part of a plan to commercialise JPA facilities and make them accessible to the community which supports the governing body and athletes.
The JPA was recently boosted by a donation of more than JMD1.3 million (£6,700/$8,900/€7,400) worth of equipment from the Chase Fund.
Jamaica made its Paralympic debut at Tel Aviv 1968.
The country has claimed 54 Paralympic medals since then, including 20 gold.
Alphanso Cunningham earned Jamaica's last Paralympic gold, triumphing in the men's javelin throw F52-53 at London 2012.
Jamaica did not earn a single medal at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, however.