California Veterans Home | Fresno

About the Project

Built to provide the state’s aging or disabled veterans with rehabilitative, residential, and medical care services in a home-like environment, the California Veterans Home | Fresno is, first and foremost, a place where California veterans come to live. It offers complete medical and dental care amidst the amenities of a small-town atmosphere. The goal of the home is to enable all residents to achieve their highest quality of life in an atmosphere of dignity and respect.

The 239,000-SF, 300-bed home is spread across 26.2 acres and includes a Central Services Building and five member communities. The two-story Central Services Building provides the residents with a central gathering place complete with a post office, general store, barber shop, and various medical service functions. It also includes the community dining hall, main kitchen and laundry, and space for all administrative functions.

Quick Facts

  • Location Fresno, CA
  • Client State of California, Department of General Services
  • Industry Government + Justice
  • Line of Business Construction
  • Completion Date April 2012
  • Duration 23 Months
  • Contract Value $ 124,324,693
  • Sustainability Gold
  • Square Footage 291,484 SF

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