Salvation Army Center of Hope
The Salvation Army Center of Hope campus features various facilities, including an emergency shelter, a 72-bed supportive housing unit, a wellness center, a 175-bed drug rehabilitation center, and a research and innovation center—a first for the organization. This campus serves as the central point for an innovative approach to homelessness, guiding individuals from shelter to permanent housing, employment, rehabilitation, and sobriety, ultimately facilitating their full reintegration into society.
The newly constructed 4-story permanent supportive housing building comprises 72 residential units, ground-level office space, a laundry room, a community room, a staff lounge, and a gym/exercise room on the second floor.
In terms of infrastructure, AJK undertook the interception and rerouting of the APU utility primary feeder conduit, installed various components including pull boxes, vaults, solar light poles, building wall packs, light poles, bollards, EV stations, lighting for building signs, and porte cochere lighting.
Inside the main building, AJK established three electrical rooms and distribution boards equipped with integrated metering. The primary electrical room features a 2500 277/480V main service by EATON. Additionally, AJK implemented a lighting inverter, the nLight lighting control system, raceways for future rooftop solar systems, and handled all indoor lighting and power requirements.
AJK was also responsible for the installation of network cabling for voice/data, Wi-Fi, data, trim, IDF build-out, and the security system. Furthermore, we managed the design and installation of the fire alarm system, DAS (Distributed Antenna System), and the 2-way communication system as part of this project.
47,260 gross sq. ft.
Design-Build FA, DAS, 2-Way