Construction Update

Westmont of Carmel Valley

May 2022

About the Project

Westmont of Carmel Valley is a 134,437 s.f. senior living project located in San Diego, CA. The facility will consist of a two-story main building with 101 Assisted Living units and 17 Memory Care units. There will also be 5 single-story duplex casitas that have two bedrooms per unit.

Indoor amenities include a dining area, activity rooms, theater/chapel, fitness room, and salon. Outdoor amenities include a dining patio, scenic overlooks, internal walking trails and connection to offsite regional trail.

Scheduled completion date is Q3 2023

Scheduled Work:

In the month of April, we completely framed Level 1 and have started framing Level 2 which will continue throughout the month of May. We have also started to cover Level 1 with exterior DensGlass — a primer coating for superior mold and moisture resistance. Teams have poured concrete foundations at 3 casitas and plan on having the remaining 2 casita foundations poured by the end of May. We have received all roof trusses for the Assisted Living Building and the roof trusses for the casitas are scheduled to arrive mid-May.

Planned Street Interruptions

There may be some lane closures on Old Carmel Valley Road mid-May, but traffic control will be set up.

We apologize for any inconveniences throughout the construction process. The safety of all employees, neighbors and the general public is our number one priority. Please be aware of changing conditions in the public right-of-way as sidewalk and street conditions are ever changing. Heavy equipment is entering and exiting the jobsite regularly. Please be aware of your surroundings and help us keep this project safe and free of injury.

Thank you.

Hours of Operation

7:00am – 7:00pm, Monday through Friday.

Occasional work on Saturdays

Work outside of permitted hours (such as specified holidays) may occur on a case by case basis as approved by Building Services Department.

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    Ben Robles

    Project Manager


    Jesus Coronado

    Project Engineer


    Mike Heck



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