From disaster recovery to health and safety training, the American Red Cross (ARC) has long been the authority in emergency response. OHA gladly accepted the mission to renovate the former Cetronia Ambulance Center building to provide the local chapter of the 135-year-old organization with a new home for its critical operations, while remaining mindful of its important budgetary concerns.
The building was to include more than 7,000 square feet of new offices and training areas on the main floor and lower level operations areas. Renovations to the garage would allow for the disaster response needs of the organization’s unique operations, and include an additional 5,000 square foot of space.
Working with the Owner and local Architects to complete the design and construction of the 12,711 square foot building, the new space is completely adaptable for ARC needs, is equipped with enhanced communications technology to support both operations and training, and provides additional area for staff and volunteers.
Sq ft 12,711
Architect MKSD Architects
Services General Contractor/Lump Sum
My Chief Administrative Officer, and the local Project Lead for the Red Cross, has been praising the professionalism and dedication of the Ondra-Huyett team to me and our Board. I have been reviewing the progress regularly and am very pleased with the quality of the work being done throughout.
Peter Brown, Executive Director, American Red Cross
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