Designs created for Samaritan Treatment and Recovery Services facility

Portland-based Clark Kjos Architects has created architectural renderings for the Samaritan Treatment and Recovery Services facility in Newport. These renderings are the product of the schematic design phase, which is the first phase of the design process. Based on input from people with lived experience and other stakeholders, the architects created architectural and spatial designs that will be used in construction drawings needed for the bidding process.

“It’s important to us that we’re good neighbors and the architects took that into consideration in the design,” said Aimee Thompson, chair of the Pacific Communities Health District. “The building includes a secluded courtyard that can afford privacy to the residents and the neighbors.  From NW Biggs Street, it just looks like another house. The design is warm and welcoming and the inside is filled with natural light.”

The Pacific Communities Health District selected Philomath-based Gerding Builders as the construction manager/general contractor for the project. If fundraising for the project remains on track, they will break ground in July 2023.

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