Dallas, OR (Aug. 29, 2016) – White Oak Construction (WOC), in conjunction with Lenity Architecture, recently completed the Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS) Multi-Service Center in Dallas. This 33,000 square foot, new facility will house a number of resources including an after-hours child welfare facility featuring an outdoor playground.
This is only the latest in a long line of projects that WOC has completed for state agencies. According to a recent DHS report, Polk County has a high demand for social services given that it possesses two “hotspots” of concentrated poverty. For White Oak Construction Project Manager Dan Wellert, he hopes the building can address important needs for the community.
“We are proud to be working on a facility that will help families and children find paths to safe and healthy lives,” says Wellert. “We are also grateful to the City of Dallas, who was incredibly supportive throughout the entire project.”
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.