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Creating a Secure, Progressive Hospital on a Tight Public Budget

Oregon State Hospital, Junction City

Hoffman’s performance on the largest capital project in Oregon history earned us repeat business from the State, when we were selected to deliver a secure, progressive mental health facility on a greenfield site in Junction City. Hoffman, HOK, SRG, and Architecture+ delivered an efficient and effective facility that creates an uplifting environment for patients and staff alike.

Guiding the planning and design of the project was the transition from a unit-based care model to a recovery-based treatment mall concept emphasizing individualized treatment plans that contribute to successful long-term recovery.

Contract Type



State of Oregon


HOK, SRG Partnership, Architecture+


Junction City, OR






LEED Silver

An Uplifting and Healing Environment for Patients and Staff

The facility contains 174 beds with a mix of civil and forensic adult patients. These include 75 hospital beds, 75 beds in a secure residential treatment facility, and 24 beds in three independent living cottages.

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An Uplifting and Healing Environment for Patients and Staff image
An Uplifting and Healing Environment for Patients and Staff image

In addition to the housing units for patients, the program contains space for treatment, administration and support services, along with site features such as outdoor recreation areas, vehicular drop-off at the main entry, admission, and parking. Two internal courtyards give patients and staff access to natural daylight and outdoor views, enhancing the healing environment, reducing the need for artificial lighting and creating wayfinding landmarks. A local artist created a glass-etched entry window filled with inspirational poems, statements and memories gathered through a series of patient workshops.

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Oregon State Hospital - Salem Campus

As the state’s largest-ever capital project, the Oregon State Hospital replacement program included design and construction of two hospitals to house all the psychiatric beds in Oregon. How did Hoffman work with large stakeholder groups to build a new facility that supports a new therapeutic model, emphasizes individual care, and accelerates recovery?

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