The former campus of a historic Masonic school is being transformed into a new home for ACH Child and Family Services, a private non-denominational organization that provides services for families and children at risk. The phased project began with a master plan for the 20-acre site. A new welcome and evaluation center was designed as the anchor for the new entrance with architecture that complements the Neo-Tudor style of the existing 1920s and 1930s buildings. A dormitory now houses program offices, and the school’s chapel is open to the public for weddings and other events. More buildings will be renovated in future phases, and new buildings will be added, including a teen shelter and an administration office.
Through master planning we help organizations identify their needs and goals, not just for today but for the future as well. Whether looking at a single structure or a multi-acre campus, we help the client develop options and contingencies to address whatever growth and change the future may bring.
Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford and our design team will work to create a dynamic plan which is respectful to your organization’s mission and the population you serve. We believe that buildings are a part of the local community and should represent the vocabulary, culture, and desires of the community as well.
Our approach is all-inclusive and will result in a comprehensive master plan. We can help you address phased construction to include the program of spaces required in your desired timeline.