Great article and images in the Daily Journal of Commerce of the work out at Central City Concern‘s innovative Blackburn Building! The two-story health care facility will serve 3,000 people each year with recovery and mental health services, as well as targeted primary care services. The building’s residential portion will offer: 80 transitional, single-room units for low-income individuals; 51 transitional, “respite care” units; 34 permanent studios and 10 “palliative care” units. Blackburn Building is the third of three buildings in the “Housing is Health” initiative, a pioneering commitment from local hospitals and health organizations to supportive, affordable housing.
Thanks to Ankrom Moisan Architects, Inc. and to all of our dedicated craftspeople at RDF Builders and to the WALSH crew of Aaron Elliott, Matt Godt, Duane Stearns, Brian Ames, Steffen Schulz, Linda Woolery and our Quality Director Martin Houston for their diligent efforts!
Link to the article http://djcoregon.com/…/blackburn-center-construction-progr…/