- Principal Architect – Mark Hilles, AIA
- Project Architect – Trevor Broughton
- Architectural Project Manager – Chad Hansen
- General Contractor – Wasatch West Contracting
- Current Phase: Completed
This client wanted to double the capacity of their small mental health services building, but had a limited budget and an extremely compact site. Mountain West Architecture designed an attractive two-story addition for them, transforming the former service station shell into an edgy, modern facility.
The wood framed addition is angular to add interest and the exterior materials provide a dramatic massing from the main thoroughfare.
“Mountain West Architects, from the initial planning stages of our project, embraced our ideas of a modern look to our building. It was a challenging project with the shape of our property and we wanted to keep the original structure intact. We are thankful for the creative, intellectual minds at MWA and their support of our vision. Mahalo and Aloha!”
Yvette Palau, Executive Director
Aloha Behavioral Consultants