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Swinerton Builders Sacramento: August 19, 2016

Adventist Health plans five-story headquarters in Roseville

Adventist Health, a multi-state faith-based medical provider headquartered in Roseville since 1984, is preparing to build a new five-story campus headquarters in the city.

The planned facility will consolidate Adventist Health’s six current locations in Roseville into a single campus at 1401 Eureka Road.

The project is expected to be complete in late 2018, with ground breaking estimated to begin in the next three to four months, according to company spokesman Joshua Cowen. He said the new headquarters will create greater efficiency for the company, especially locally.

“We are consolidating,” Cowen said. “Being on six different campuses here creates some inefficiency … We partner with a lot of different health systems and provide delivery of care across multiple regions. We run our system functions from here.”

Swinerton Builders in Sacramento was awarded the contract for construction of the facility, which will cover 280,000 square feet in its initial phase on a 15.7-acre lot that Cowen expects to accommodate more construction in the future. Adventist Health is growing, according to Cowen, and is ready to move away from its longtime headquarters at 2100 Douglass Boulevard.

“We have more than 900 employees right here in Roseville,” Cowen said. “We are a pretty big part of the community. Our intent is to take a more active role moving forward.”

Although no Adventist Health hospitals are currently located in Roseville, Cowen doesn’t rule out the possibility in the future. He believes the prospects for job growth at the new campus will continue to move on an upward trajectory; an option the new campus affords the company.

“We’ve certainly been adding jobs over time,” Cowen explained. “We imagine that we will have additional jobs here in Roseville. I don’t have a figure on that though.”

In addition to holding all 900 Roseville employees, the new space will offer an on-site clinic with a wide range of medical services for Adventist Health employees and their dependents.

Cowen said the expansive new headquarters will be a better and more convenient location for business, where the company can continue to foster a long-term partnership with the city of Roseville.

“We enjoy our relationship with the Roseville community so we wanted to stay in town,”
Cowen said.

Chris Robles, economic development director for the city of Roseville, spoke highly of the company’s partnership with the community and cited its decision to continue to headquarter in Roseville as reflective of that relationship.

“Clearly Adventist Health has had a longstanding history in the city of Roseville,” Robles said. “We look forward to continuing that for a long time in the future. We really appreciate their presence here. We’re elated to see the project come forward.”

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