Wilmington, NC New Construction Size: 31,480 SF Construction Cost: $9M Completed: 2018
The newest addition to the Wilmington Treatment Center campus greatly enhances the ability of the organization to treat patients, filling a vital need for this North Carolina community. The combination of a specialized treatment unit and outpatient facilities provides a holistic, continuum of care to maximize the potential for effective addiction treatment. Phase 1, a 48-bed new treatment unit built on the existing campus, provides a controlled environment for the intense, initial phase of rehabilitation treatment. The two-story, 31,480 square-foot facility allows for male and female populations to each have their own floor. The building features exam rooms, observation rooms, bedrooms, counseling rooms, a dining area, lounge, nurse station and outdoor recreation area. Much-needed staff amenities are also an integral part of the design, including a large conference room and a fitness room for patients and staff. An abundance of windows bathes the natural material interior finishes in sunlight, creating a calming environment and a sense of well-being.
We're excited for Belmont Behavioral Hospital's February 1st groundbreaking for their new inpatient hospital that will replace the current hospital built in 1940.Read More
Located at the southern end of Wilmington's downtown historic district, Chandler's Wharf is a century-old building containing an eclectic mix of galleries and shops. And it's a favorite JJCA hangout after a busy day working on the Wilmington project!