Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs

The Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs (“ODVA”) chose DAY CPM to provide project management services for the new Veterans Home in Lebanon, Oregon. DAY CPM worked with the architect, contractor and other vendors to oversee all facets of the construction processes to meet ODVA objectives. The 154-bed facility, named the “Edward C. Allworth Veterans’ Home, The Place Where Honor Lives,” was designed utilizing the small house model for skilled nursing facilities. The small house model is planned to serve as a place where residents can receive assistance and support with activities of daily living and clinical care, without the care and assistance as the focus of their existence. Care is an earned benefit available to honorably discharged veterans, their spouses and parents whose child lost their life while servicing in the U.S. Armed Forces. Residents receive care by a nursing staff selected with skills and understanding to meet the special needs of veterans and their family members.

The dedication was held on September 20th where Mike Day and Joshua Dodson were presented with commemorative “dog tags” in support of Veterans. DAY CPM is extremely proud and honored to have been a part of this Oregon Veterans’ Home in Lebanon * The Place Where Honor Lives. The Edward C.

Allworth Veterans’ Home met all of the licensing requirement for the State of Oregon on October 21, 2014 and has begun receiving residents.

Client: Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs
Location: Lebanon, OR
Project Size: 12.5 Acres
Project Budget: $45 Million
Completion: Summer 2014