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Shumake Architecture-Behavioral Health Projects

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A significant number of our projects has been behavioral health. This has resulted in a honed skill set for these complex and unique projects. Please take a look at some of our projects ranging from small renovation to large new construction.

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Shumake Architecture-Behavioral Health Projects

  1. 1. BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROJECTS Shumake Architecture, PA 2907 W Bay to Bay Blvd Suite 210 Tampa, Florida 33629 813.425.3350 rcs@shumakearchitecture.net www.shumakearchitecture.net Timeless Architecture. Tireless Service.
  2. 2. 2 Shumake Architecture, PA has built a reputation by maintaining a stable client base and creating a record of successfully completed projects for healthcare and educational facilities. Project scopes range from small to medium size including complex renovations and major new projects up to $11 million. Exceptional client service is the key to successful projects and our small firm assures that the principal in charge has an active role in each phase of the project from start to finish, assisted by highly skilled staff and consultants. Our approach is to integrate sustainability principles from the early stages of the design process through the construction phase. We support new or improved technologies, products and materials derived from renewable resources or with low environmental impact. We understand each projects unique energy needs and recommend the right systems, materials and methods to achieve a customized balance of environmental performance for each project budget. With the entire professional career in the Central Florida area, we are familiar with the local market and natural environment and have the capacity and resources in place for a successful project delivery. Over thirty years of extensive project management experience, mostly with small to medium sized institutional projects provided the foundation necessary to manage your project from start to finish. We have the ability, experience and drive to respond to your projects unique needs, and deliver a customized, practical, quality solution that will stand the test of time. INTRODUCTION SCHEDULE We have developed efficient design and production methods and utilizes a time tested systematic service delivery approach to assure challenges are met and overcome with minimal impact to the schedule. 95% of our projects were delivered on time and had a change order rate of less than 3%. BUDGET Meeting the clients budget is one of the most fundamental aspect of our service. We provide a cost estimate with a breakdown of foreseeable construction costs and propose cost saving options. Ideally, value engineering occurs prior to bid and construction contract. Service-Oriented Results-Driven Time-Tested ADVOCATE An often overlooked aspect of successful project delivery is the Architect’s attention through the construction phase. We allocate a significant portion of each project’s budgeted time to Construction Administration. This assures the Owner is properly represented at this critical time in the project delivery process. A significant amount of our work has been behavioral centers and related projects. This has resulted in a honed skill set for these complex and unique projects. EXPERTISE
  3. 3. LifeStream Behavioral Center 20-Bed CSU & 32-Bed RTF 2160 North Don Wickham Drive, Clermont, Florida 34711 Completion: 2020 3 Administration: Lobby Offices Intake Conference Room Pharmacy Dining: Interior & Exterior Dining Serving Prep/Holding Storage CSU & RTF Wings • Patient Suites with toilet room • Observation Area(s) • Nourishment Room • Nurses Station Break Room Clean & Dry Linen Exam Rooms Seclusion Rooms Med Room AREA: 28,833 SF Conditioned: 24,315 SF Covered Outdoor: 4,518 SF ON THE MEDIA: •LifeStream to open center at South Lake Hospital in Clermont •Hospital, mental-health provider partner to offer services in Clermont
  4. 4. 4 LSBC 20-Bed CSU & 32-Bed RTF Reception Lobby Rendered Floor Plan
  5. 5. 5 LifeStream Behavioral Center Hope and Recovery Center 2018 Tally Road, Leesburg, Florida 34748 Area: 36,8000 SF Completed: 2008 State-of-the-Art Residential Treatment Facility providing mental health and substance use disorder programs Four Residential Wings: Short-Term Residential Treatment (SRT) Geriatric Residential Treatment (GRT) Adult Substance Abuse Residential Adult Detoxification units Outpatient Services Suites Case Management Suites Energy-Efficient Design 72 inpatient beds ON THE MEDIA: •Centers out, LifeStream in as Citrus mental-health provider’ •As LifeStream prepares to take on mental-health role, county's chiefs find renewed focus •LifeStream lays out timeline for mental health and addiction services
  6. 6. 6 LSBC Hope and Recovery Center Patient RoomAlternate Entry Dining Nurses Station Observation
  7. 7. 7 LifeStream Behavioral Center South Lake Outpatient Clinic 2140 Don Wickham Drive, Clermont, Florida 34711 Area: 8,500 SF Completed: August 2014 6,400 SF: Behavioral, substance use and wellness services 2,100 SF: Non-emergency medical health care clinic, including exam rooms and offices. The center’s “homelike” appearance and scale provides patients with the perception of a comfortable and inviting outpatient visit.
  8. 8. 8 LSBC South Lake Outpatient Clinic
  9. 9. Centerstone of Florida Crisis Center 2020 26th Avenue East, Bradenton, Florida 34208 Addition: 1,813 SF Interior Renovation: 9,935 SF Exterior/Site Improvements: 2,300 SF Completed: 2017 Cost: $3,368,000 This second project for Centerstone of Florida is an addition and renovation to their existing building, expanding its Crisis Center by constructing a new south wing with three 2-bed rooms, and an additional 2-bed rooms to each of the existing east and west wings. Each room has an adjacent bathroom, and the south wing houses the new dayroom. Upgrades were also made in other areas of the Crisis Center, such as a new Nurses Station and a play yard, and reflooring and bathroom renovations of the existing bedrooms. 9 EXISTING HOSPITAL ON THE MEDIA: •Design Focus: Removing Barriers to Care •Centerstone debuts remodeled crisis center in Bradenton •Centerstone cuts ribbon on needed Manatee Expansion •Manatee’s Centerstone becoming ‘lighter, warmer, softer’
  10. 10. Centerstone of Florida Crisis Center 2020 26th Avenue East, Bradenton, Florida 34208 Addition: 1,813 SF Interior Renovation: 9,935 SF Exterior/Site Improvements: 2,300 SF Completed: 2017 Cost: $3,368,000 This second project for Centerstone of Florida is an addition and renovation to their existing building, expanding its Crisis Center by constructing a new south wing with three 2-bed rooms, and an additional 2-bed rooms to each of the existing east and west wings. Each room has an adjacent bathroom, and the south wing houses the new dayroom. Upgrades were also made in other areas of the Crisis Center, such as a new Nurses Station and a play yard, and reflooring and bathroom renovations of the existing bedrooms. 10 EXISTING HOSPITAL ON THE MEDIA: •Design Focus: Removing Barriers to Care •Centerstone debuts remodeled crisis center in Bradenton •Centerstone cuts ribbon on needed Manatee Expansion •Manatee’s Centerstone becoming ‘lighter, warmer, softer’
  11. 11. 11 Centerstone Crisis Center Bedroom 9 (Panorama View) Dayroom Bedroom 8DayroomBath 8Bath 9 Exterior View from Play Yard
  12. 12. Robert C. Shumake, AIA NCARB President (813) 425-3350 rcs@shumakearchitecture.net Shumake Architecture, PA 2907 W Bay to Bay Blvd, Suite 210 Tampa, Florida 33629 www.shumakearchitecture.net Find out more about how we can help bring your next project to life

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