Turner Construction Completes Denver’s Behavioral Health Solutions Center
Turner Construction has successfully completed the new Behavioral Health Solutions Center on behalf of the City and County of Denver. The architect for the project was Davis Partnership Architects. Turner provided preconstruction and construction services, including interior demolition and build out to support conversion from a family crisis center to a mental health support facility to be operated by the Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD).
The 28,741-square-foot facility is located at 2929 W. 10th Avenue in Denver and is designed to accommodate patients in crisis for brief inpatient stays on the first floor, transitioning to treatment of up to thirty days on the third floor. The program includes reception and common areas, laundry facilities, 46 bedrooms with exterior windows, nurse stations, restrooms and showers, private client meeting rooms, exam space, kitchen and dining space, gymnasium, and administrative support areas. The bottom floor of the facility features anti-ligature fixtures and other components typical for mental healthcare.
“We’re honored to complete another successful project on behalf of the City and County of Denver and provide a modern facility to accommodate people in crisis,” said Eric Erickson, project manager, Turner Construction. “Our team takes great pride in understanding the unique needs and nuances of every project we work on, and it results in buildings that fulfill the vision of our clients.”
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