Mosaic Outpatient Mental Health Center, 1st Floor Renovation
Mosaic Community Services, Inc. provides community-based mental health services to adults and children with mental illness. Mosaic wanted to create an efficient flow of services through an open air design, including an outpatient mental health center, somatic services, substance abuse services and a pharmacy. In order to do so, Mosaic decided to renovate the first floor of a 60-year-old building in Baltimore.
The age of the building created the need for a renovation to the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems. Henry Adams was tasked to provide construction documents for the new MEP systems for the 20,000 SF first floor renovation.
The mechanical scope included performing load calculations, determining adequacy of existing utilities and equipment; preparing demolition and new design drawings and specifications. The electrical scope included verifying the adequacy of existing normal power based on loads of the new equipment and anticipated future loads of the un-renovated floors; and power, lighting, and data/communications systems, and fire alarm design. The plumbing scope included demolition and new design drawings and plumbing fixture specifications.
|Owner||Mosaic Community Services, Inc.|
|Architect||Cho Benn Holback + Associates|