American Legion Post in Fort Washington to Undergo $4 Million in Renovations

An artist's rendering of the renovations that Power Home Remodeling will perform at the American Legion post in Fort Washington.

Power HomeAmerican Legion Post #10, located on South Bethlehem Pike in Fort Washington, will undergo a $4 million renovation, courtesy of Delaware County-based Power Home Remodeling, writes Alison Burdo of the Philadelphia Business Journal.

Power will fund and construct a residential property – including four townhomes and four two-bedroom apartments – a fitness center and a computer lab at the veterans facility.

Power, located in Chester, formally announced the project, part of its Power Veterans Initiative, on Memorial Day. Senator Pat Toomey, Undersecretary of the Army Patrick J. Murphy, and others were in attendance.

The home-renovation company’s initiative is focused on helping millennial veterans with employment after their service.

Once complete, the American Legion Post #10 will handle managing the fitness center and computer lab. Power Home Remodeling employees will also offer training on resume writing and job interviews at the future center.

Click here to read more about the renovation of American Legion Post #10 in the Philadelphia Business Journal.