Salem, OR (Nov. 18, 2016) – White Oak Construction recently completed another project for Northwest Senior and Disability Services (NWSDS) in Woodburn. Built along Progress Way on the east end of town, the facility will serve as an intake facility providing necessary health care resources to Woodburn seniors and those with disabilities.
Prior to the building of this space, NWSDS was leasing a smaller building in Woodburn. The new 8,632 square foot wood framed building is designed to provide increased accessibility for their clientele. The facility is built with a zero-grade entrance along with rooms that are power chair accessible. According to NWSDS Director of Operations Rodney Schroeder, he believes the intake center fits the demands of its visitors.
“This facility will provide increased flexibility for our visitors. Everything from the entrance to the interview rooms is more accessible. This facility will help us better serve seniors and people with disabilities in north Marion County,” said Schroeder.
The project is the fourth project that White Oak has completed for NWSDS joining buildings in McMinnville, Dallas and Salem.
Says Schroeder, “We had hurdles we had to overcome and their staff did a spectacular job.”
About White Oak Construction: Founded in 1997, White Oak has constructed hundreds of projects in the Willamette Valley. Fostering a true team atmosphere, WOC has established long-term relationships with clients, architects, engineers and subcontractors provides general contractor services, construction management, design build, budgeting, feasibility studies and consultant services for all types of commercial projects. www.WhiteOakConstruction.net.