- Delivery: Design Build
- Service: New Construction
- Location: Tuba City, AZ
- Construction Cost: $1,168,890
- Industry: Federal, Healthcare
- Client: Indian Health Services
Design-Build of an Outpatient Treatment Center for the Indian Health Services and the Navajo Nation in Tuba City, AZ. Project consisted of design and construction of eleven interconnected modular buildings (6,600sf) with full site and utility services.
The facility was designed by Thompson Pollar Studio and Phoenix Modular under NASCO’s supervision. NASCO met regularly with the design team, the Contracting Officer’s Technical Representative (COTR), and the Navajo Nation’s Department of Behavioral Health Services’ Project Manager to achieve the best design possible. NASCO provided input throughout the design process and was heavily involved with the design and preparation of construction documents in order to identify and correct potential design problems and constructability issues.
The new building offers a waiting room, reception area, restrooms, break room, classrooms offices, mechanical room, and storage room. NASCO provided full site electrical, water, and sewer services and connectivity of these services as well as IT and life-safety services to required locations within the building. Work items involved site work, site utilities, concrete, structure construction, gypsum wallboard, insulation, architectural finishes, laboratory and sterilization casework, plumbing, mechanical, electrical, lighting arrestor system, voice data system, etc. All work was completed in accordance with IHS AE Design Guide 2010 and all applicable codes.