Project Location - Mankato, Minnesota
The Open Door Health Center, founded in 1983 as a volunteer clinic, has seen substantial growth over the past decade. In order to sustain the growing need for affordable health care the Open Door Health Center was required to renovate their existing facility and add an additional 16,000 square foot of exam rooms, a procedure room, and offices. It was also necessary to modernize the existing interior and exterior with a total renovation of the existing building. The renovation consists of a new entry and lobby, offices, exam rooms, employee break room, conference room, and medical storage. There is an option for a future phase, with the opportunity for additional offices, exams rooms, and an x-ray room. The new, sleek and modern design will be a welcome change for staff and patients for many years to come.Learn More
The City of Albert Lea commissioned Brunton Architects & Engineers to design their new 25,560 sf precast fire / rescue facility in early 2018. The project is currently in design and boasts 12 apparatus bays, a large 1,200 sf training room, emergency operations center (EOC), offices, combination hose/training tower, second floor living quarters for six full time fire fighters, fitness room, locker rooms for both full time fire fighters and Paid On Call (POC) fire fighters, pressurized SCBA room, and laundry facilities. One unique feature of this building is the LED lighting system that spreads across its exterior facade. The lights on the building will alternate colors from white to red to alert you that an apparatus is soon to be leaving the station.
Project Location - Monticello, Minnesota
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