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California Gold completes new facility for Veterans
Tuesday, September 1st, 2009

California Gold Development Corporation completed construction for the new Department of Veteran Affairs facility in Sonora, California, ahead of schedule.  The new $2.5 million, 8,000 square foot building was slated for completion on September 1, 2009, and came in one month ahead due to the expert guidance of President Scot Patterson and Vice President Mark Patterson.  The new facility provides for greater veteran services than were previously offered at the former facility. With the opening of the new clinic, the VA will be adding an additional medical provider, a number of increased mental health services and a case manager, said Katelin Haver, a Palo Alto-based planner for the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs. The new space will also allow for a number of visiting services to take place in Sonora, including a family counselor.  Paul di Bari, Chief of Operations of Engineering for the Palo Alto branch of the DVA, said, “Throughout the design and construction phases of the project, California Gold was very professional and responsive in meeting the needs of our complex health care organization.  They [Scot and Mark Patterson] were able to manage the input of a variety of staff members to develop a functional building layout that maximized patient care while also considering the daily requirements on the clinic staff.

California Gold Development Corporation is a privately held development and construction company focusing on projects in the western United States.  The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs provides a variety of services to veterans of the United States military (

Related Story:  Vets clinic to open; completed ahead of schedule  (Union Democrat)

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