New Construction Anticipated in 2020

General Information

COST ESTIMATE: $3,000,000

Year Built: New construction anticipated in 2020
Gross Area (SF): Approximately 12,000 square feet
Departments: Friendship Adult Day Care, Open Door Clinic, and Social Services
Construction Start Date: September 2020
Estimated Completion Date: October 2021
Operating Impact: $37,360

Additional Information: New construction of a building to be located on Rudd Street in Burlington, behind the Human Services Center. The parking area for this building will be included with the Human Services Center back parking lot. Three agencies will be located within one building with separate entrances.

This 12,844 square-foot facility will house Alamance County's elderly service operations and Friendship Adult Day Care, and various other human services functions.

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Architectural Drawings

Petree Building Project Timeline & Updates

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Bar Construction's masonry contractor has completed the brick work on the rear of the building and Rudd Street side of building. The masonry contractor is currently working on the front of the building on the FAD side. Exterior wall insulation has been completed and inspected. The exterior wall framing inspection in the DSS and Open Door Clinic sections has also been completed. The sheetrock crew is now hanging the sheetrock on the interior and exterior walls of these two sections along with installing sound proofing insulation in the interior walls between the sheetrock. The grading contractor is installing the piping for the roof drains to connect to and storm water drains in the natural areas for water runoff. The plumbing contractor is finishing up the rough-in plumbing on the FAD side and should have it inspected within the month. Once the plumbing is completed, Bar Construction can finish installation and inspection of the exterior insulation and framing for this area. Bar Construction’s window contractor has installed the window frames and glass on the rear of the building. Bar Construction’s sheetrock contractor has installed the exterior wall board on the drive-thru canopy.