Lakeview Residential Unit
Inner Harbour is a residential treatment center providing treatment programs for troubled children and adolescents. The Lakeview Residential Unit added forty private patient rooms to the campus. The ongoing challenge was to create a homelike atmosphere while maintaining the necessary security, safety and quality elements required of the children to be housed in the facility.
The program evolved into a two story building of 20,000 square foot building, divided into four quadrants that allowed for different ages and sex of patients while sharing common spaces and staff. Each quadrant included classroom, counseling spaces, and a large living/dining room.
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Menefee & Winer Architects
Phase I – Residential Unit
Inner Harbour is a residential treatment center providing programs for troubled children and adolescents. The Children’s Unit replaced 17 existing rooms on the campus. The design challenge was to create a homelike atmosphere while maintaining necessary safety, security, and quality aspects for the children.
The 8,000 sf building is a pole construction type, with mechanical and storage spaces under the main level along the slope of the hillside on which it is set. The program includes living, dining, recreational and educational spaces. Outside, a modest playground was included for outdoor activities.
Construction Cost: $1.6 million
Total Project Cost: $2.0 million
Status: Construction Completed March 2003
Architect: KPS Group
Contractor: Genoa Construction