A Needs Assessment study completed by Berry Architecture determined that the Lacalta Lodge was landlocked and in need of an expansion. A new site was selected and designed to meet the current requirements and consider future demands of the community. This project included the design of the 60 unit lodge and a 2.5 million dollar life-lease building that is yet to be built. The new lodge was significantly increased in units and the site has an area designated for the future life-lease development, making this an ideal “aging in place” facility. The lodge was completed in 2010.