DALLAS HOMELESS SHELTER
Categories: LEED Silver
05
Jan 2010
Architect:
Location:
Client:

Project Design Team
MEP:
Structural:
Civil:
Landscape:
Commissioning:
Interior:
Photographer:
Other:

Contractor
Contractor:
Project Registration Date: 0000-00-00
Project Certification Date: 0000-00-00
Project Area/Size:
Materials Used:
LEED Category:
Photography:

Completed in 2008 and on track for LEED Silver Certification, The Bridge is Dallas’ homeless assistance center serving as a safe haven and providing 24/7 services for the City’s newly and chronic homeless population of more than 6,000 individuals.  Situated on a previously developed 3.41 acre site in Dallas’ CBD, Farmers Market Overlay, the campus setting provides a continuum of care for the City’s homeless population, inclusive of medical, mental, job training, and personal care services.  Consisting of five buildings to create a boundary at the edge of the property; the center consists of a three-story ‘Services’ building, a one-story ‘Welcome’ building, a storage building, an open air pavilion, and a dining facility which serves as a focal point to the internal courtyard of the campus.

See The Bridge Case Study.

Architect: Perkins+Will
Location: Dallas, Texas - Oak Cliff
Client: Dallas Independent School District
Project Design Team:Perkins+Will
MEP: Basharkhah Engineering
Structural: APM & Associates / LA Fuess Partners
Civil:  APM & Associates
Landscape: Berkenbile + Craig Landscape Architects
Commissioning:  Air Engineering & Testing
Contractor: Satterfield & Pontikes Construction
Photography: James Steinkamp / Steinkamp Photography
Food Service Consultant: H.G. Rice & Company
AV / Technology / Security: Datacom Design Group
Cost Estimating: KJM & Associates