Two buildings totaling 58,845 square feet
Entry/admissions area for assessment, referral consultation and medically supervised observation on the first floor
The exterior of both buildings is brick veneer, ashlar stone veneer, and metal wall panels
The exterior of both buildings is brick veneer, ashlar stone veneer, and metal wall panels
Clancy & Theys Construction Company as the CM at-risk for the wakebrook project
Substance Abuse Treatment Facility and Crisis Assessment Unit
16-bed facility based crisis unit and a 16-bed secure detoxification unit sharing the second floor
The first, a Crisis Assessment Unit (CAU), is a 39,775 sq ft, two-story facility containing entry/admissions area for assessment
Front desk in the wakebrook campus
Crisis assessment unit and substance abuse treatment facility in wakebrook
Two buildings totaling 58,845 square feet
The exterior of both buildings is brick veneer, ashlar stone veneer, and metal wall panels
Substance abuse and crisis assessment units
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WakeBrook Campus – Wake County Mental Health Continuum of Care Service Facility

Clancy & Theys Construction Company provided a CM at-risk for the completion of this project.  Two buildings totaling 58,845 sq ft.  The first, a Crisis Assessment Unit (CAU), is a 39,775 sq ft, two-story facility containing entry/admissions area for assessment, referral consultation and medically supervised observation on the first floor, and a 16-bed facility based crisis unit and a 16-bed secure detoxification unit sharing the second floor.  The second building, a Substance Abuse Treatment Facility (SAU), is a 19,070 sq ft, two-story, 16-bed voluntary inpatient treatment facility.  The exterior of both buildings is brick veneer, ashlar stone veneer, and metal wall panels.  Aluminum and storefront entrances and windows and entrance canopies framed in steel with translucent roofing add to the aesthetic quality of the design.