Catholic Family Center
Service:Architecture Interior Design Structural Engineering
Industry:Health, State / Municipal
Originally a 2-story manor house with wings to the north and south, Hannick Hall is being used as an intensive residential drug rehabilitation facility for women and their children. The project included both the renovation of the entire 26,000 SF building and 2,575 SF of additions to better accommodate the needs of staff and residents.
Renovations included the full demolition of interior rooms, fixtures and finishes down to the existing structure to allow for an entirely new, more accommodating layout. The main addition provides four added bedrooms, three offices, a new elevator and a variety of gathering areas for residents.
Our interiors team created the look and feel for the interior utilizing finishes that are both durable and beautiful while preserving the historic features of the building where possible. We worked to create a warm, inviting environment for residents and their children to thrive. The renovation included a medical suite, several offices, dining room and kitchen facilities, restrooms, and bedrooms. NKB saw the project through from design to construction administration.
The kitchen was designed with a mix of commercial appliances and residential casework to meet resident needs and still feel “homey”.