Our Health Celebrates Building’s Reopening | Northern Virginia Daily

By Alex BridgesrnrnThe city’s neediest people once stood in line waiting for food stamps and other help at the Winchester Department of Social Services. No longer, said the agency’s director, Carla Taylor. Clients will receive services in a new facility that the department shares with the Child Advocacy Center and the Winchester-Frederick County Health Department in the former Snapp Foundry building at 411 N. Cameron St.rnrnHoward Shockey and Sons, Inc. was the general contractor for the adaptive use project. The building, which was originally constructed in 1890, was renovated to U.S. Green Building Council LEED Silver standards, according to Eric Wishneff, of Brian Wishneff & Associates. The facility features a solar-powered water heater and recycled flooring material.rnrnOur Health Inc. celebrated the building’s restoration Wednesday with representatives of the tenant agencies, and local and state officials. “Oh