Teens and Young Adults Step Into Their Remodeled Residential Home

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Left to right: Tim Bauer, Executive Director of Development, Olive Crest in Orange County; Tim Mustard, TCA Architects; Bill Wilhelm (President, R.D. Olson Construction; Kerri Dunkelberger, Executive Director, Olive Crest in Orange County; Steven Barnardy, Trustee President Emeritus, Olive Crest, Orange County; Dave Furman, Project Manager, R.D. Olson Construction.

 

Young adults at Olive Crest residential homes deserve living conditions where they can feel at home. That’s why one of our short-term therapeutic residential homes in Orange County has undergone a breathtaking transformation. The home, which was built in 1954, now has a spacious kitchen and living area, along with new flooring and appliances, a top-quality water heater, air conditioning, and more. The makeover was made possible by Tim Mustard, an Olive Crest trustee and architect with TCA Architects, R.D. Olson Construction in Irvine, and local contractors. A special thanks to everyone involved, including Tim Mustard; Bill Wilhelm; and Dave Furman, President and Project Manager of R.D. Olson Construction.