ODVA Lebanon Home

Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs Lebanon Home is a long term care facility defined by the Veterans Health Administration as a Community Living Center.  This 13-acre facility can accommodate 154 residents in 11 individual houses, each supporting 12-14 residents, which are grouped into ‘neighborhoods.’ These neighborhoods are connected to an administration/community center building offering amenities such as large and… Read more »


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White City VA

SORCC is a 16,000 square-foot building addition to the Ambulatory Care Clinic.  The facility provides residential treatment in psychiatry, addictions, medicine, bio-psychosocial, physical and vocation rehabilitation.  The expansion provides exam and treatment rooms, caregiver offices, a new lobby, new parking areas, patient drop-off, ADA access and bio-swales for storm water treatment.  Cameron McCarthy provided comprehensive design… Read more »

Slocum Center

The development of the entire Slocum Center campus was guided by principles embodying a conscientious approach to energy, environmental design, and construction.  One of the project’s distinctions is that it is one of only a few in the private sector to seek LEED certification.  As a result of these aspirations, many features of the landscape… Read more »


PeaceHealth’s construction of RiverBend Sacred Heart Medical Center, along the McKenzie River in Springfield, Oregon, provided a new hospital and medical campus.  This new hospital location created the impetus and opportunity to examine the use and future role of it’s existing healthcare facilities at the University District in Eugene.  We assisted the design team with… Read more »