UCAN’s future 7.5-acre campus will include a new therapeutic youth home and a separate office building housing their headquarters as well as space for many of their service programs. A collaborative design effort by Johnson & Lee, Moody Nolan, and Searl Lamaster Howe Architects, the new facilities bring together various programs which have been spread throughout the city to one site. The design incorporates a variety of materials and forms. The headquarters building will comprise office, meeting, and event space's. The therapeutic youth home will feature classroom space, dormitory wings, a cafeteria with full kitchen and serving areas, gymnasium and weight room, and support areas for staff.
Images thanks to- Moody Nolan
Architects of record- Johnson & Lee Architects