Pamela’s Place is a multi-residential project designed to provide a safe and comfortable space for the disabled and previously homeless. It was built around the theme of community, bringing support to these two groups by incorporating welcoming and valuable communal spaces to promote social interaction. The five story, 100-unit building also features a medical clinic on the first floor.
It was important to ensure access to the neighboring property remained open and operational throughout construction, while also making sure there would be adequate room for emergency vehicles to access the site.
|Client||Architecture Belgique and Housing Authority of SLC|
|Location||Salt Lake City, Utah|
|Project Duration||June 2018 – September 2020|
|Services||Boundary/Topographical Survey, Site Civil Engineering, Construction Staking|