DBA served as project coordinator, working with CHP and major donors to curate and organize the space functionally. The strategy involved limiting built infrastructure and using furnishings to guide the circulation and provide defined yet flexible structure for the various uses. Donor One King's Lane provided much of the furniture and accessories.
DBA resolved acoustic issues that arose from adapting a commercial space on a busy street into a classroom setting.
As the center's offerings will grow and change as its programs evolve, the interior can be adapted accordingly. The center is anticipated to be used by more than 300 formerly homeless clients this year, and will increase the number of people who receive employment training by 400% over the next five years.