Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
Integra Design Group
When Hurricane Maria struck in 2017, the devastation to Puerto Rico and its people necessitated immediate action. As part of the disaster response efforts, Send Relief established a ministry center to partner with churches and organizations already engaged in the region and to invite volunteers to partake in crisis response. Puerto Rico is rebuilding and still in desperate need of practical assistance, personal connections and consistent presence.
To help this mission, DDD was hired to build a new ministry center. With a Total construction area of a 21,100 sq. ft., this project includes the comprehensive modernization of an existing two-story administration building, the construction of a two-story Kitchen and Dining Building as well as the construction of two new multi-story residential buildings.
Additionally, the building provides multiple new exterior common spaces, commonly referred to as plazas, a refurbished swimming pool and an electric generator which provides full backup power to the entire facility in case of an emergency. Site sustainability measures incorporated include energy efficient light fixtures and equipment, water efficient plumbing fixtures, cool roofs, installation of low-energy glazing, permeable surfaces, recycled content materials and resources, indoor environmental quality strategies as well as provisions for future solar panels.
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