Phase 2 of Orange County’s first year round homeless shelter, Bridges at Kraemer Place, is on schedule to be completed in early 2018. The expansion will provide accommodation for 100 additional residents, an on-site health clinic, kitchen, computer lab and interior restrooms with showers.
The Anaheim shelter successfully opened its doors to house 100 homeless in the spring of 2017. This landmark project is a major step forward in Orange County’s efforts to find housing for thousands of people living on the streets. The 24/7 multiservice center aims to provide individually tailored services to help temporary residents transition out of homelessness.
NIC Structural Engineering Consultants provided structural engineering for the re-design of the 1.87 acre industrial site into a 24,000 square foot comprehensive complex in partnership with architect Westgroup Designs and Orange County Public Works. The existing two story tilt-up building is undergoing major structural renovation to house the new YRES facility.
Image courtesy of Westgroup Designs.