Roth Marz Partnership designed a four-story 150,000 square foot residential nursing facility connected via a bridge to the existing facility. The project, located in Spring City Pennsylvania, required Roth Marz Partnership to coordinate programming with several governmental agencies including D.G. S., D.M.V. A. (federal) Veterans Affairs, Pennsylvania Department of Health and Pennsylvania Nursing Licensure. This project received $17,000,000 in stimulus dollars and needed to be designed, bid and awarded in six months to qualify for a "shovel ready" project. This facility has an emphasis on residential living with the nursing component at the back of the house. This building provides single room occupancy for 120 Veterans. Rooms are organized into 4 neighborhoods with two 15 resident houses each; one neighborhood houses the facility's dementia residents. Each house provides its residents with dining, living room and enclosed porches, while a Streetscape provides services to all residents including library, chapel, dental, barber shop, post office, café, and activities center.