YOUNTVILLE, Calif. — Rudolph and Sletten, a subsidiary of Tutor Perini Corp., was awarded a $269 million design-build contract for an expansion project at Yountville Veterans Home of California, located in the Napa Valley town of Yountville.
The California Department of General Services (DGS) awarded the contract on behalf of the California Department of Veterans Affairs (CalVet).
Founded in 1884, VHC-Yountville is the oldest and largest veterans home in California, and also the largest such facility in the United States, and provides long-term care to 1,000 aged or disabled veterans. The expansion is a 240-bed skilled nursing facility that will replace and combine three existing facilities on the 615-acre campus.
Design of the approximately 300,000-square-foot facility will reflect the historic architectural style of the campus and include main and satellite kitchens, dining rooms, exam rooms, nurses’ stations, a pharmacy, laundry facilities, resident outdoor spaces, parking, roadways and other site improvements. The project will be designed to LEED Gold standards.
Rudolph and Sletten is partnered with CannonDesign on this design-build project.
Preconstruction is scheduled to begin this spring with completion anticipated at the end of 2023.