10-07 Triumph Treatment Services


10-07 EpicPlaceEPIC PLACE - Yakima, WA

Triumph Treatment Services remodeled four buildings on their campus to combine all three of their scattered Post Partum Women second stage drug and alcohol treatment programs for women and their children in a single beautiful location that is very friendly for parents, children and staff.      

Traho assisted Triumph in keeping the project remodeling to the minimum, while meeting City and State Department of Health, Construction Review Services requirements. The project includes two resident cottages, an administration and meeting cottage and the state licensed childcare annex. The campus had been a DSHS juvenile facility, so the basic design was intact for occupancy by new residents. Each cottage has six bedrooms with varying furniture configurations to allow mothers to stay with their children or for pregnant women to be in rooms without children. Modifications were as follows:

 Resident Cottage - New shatter resistant lighting; Modified laundry for DOH dirty to clean flow; Added bathtub for bathing infants; DOH bedroom furniture layouts; Modified kitchens to serving only; Added sink at office ; Added vestibule for HIPAA medical privacy; Added NFPA 13R fire sprinklers and riser; Created an ADA staff bathroom

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12-16 Emerald Care

12-16 EmeraldCare



Faced with a desire to continue improvements in resident care, Emerald Care is planning a significant facility update, to include both interior and exterior features.

A new covered vehicle drop off will be connected to the entry with a covered walkway; the adjacent existing entry will become a semi-enclosed resident patio. All facility windows will be replaced with a new configuration of operable panes; existing windows date from original 1965 construction, with 1986 and 1988 additions.

Resident rooms and toilet rooms will see all new finishes including lighting, plumbing fixtures and wardrobes, as well as new details such as corner guards and kick plates. Residential-style light fixtures will complete a project already underway to refurbish all lighting. Antiquated baseboard heating will be replaced with energy efficient HVAC systems providing individual room controls; the bathing facility will be re-designed to become an inviting space with a new immersion tub that allows residents to transfer directly into the tub from a specially designed chair; the Physical Therapy area will double in size; and the Nurse Station will see all new cabinetry, including an ADA accessible counter. The selective demolition and replacement of landscape plantings will be designed for seasonal color interest.

94-32 Care Center at Canyon Lakes

94-32 Canyon Lakes

Kennewick, WA


The Care Center at Canyon Lakes is part of a planned development of mixed use living adjacent to a golf course. It is a 53 bed skilled nursing facility that replaced an older facility in Pasco. Located on a sloped site that was professionally landscaped it allowsresident rooms to take advantage of the views across a natural ravine. Major service functions are housed to the south of the resident wing with a delivery driveway providing access from the service road. Outdoor areas for resident use are emphasized by the floor plan, with a covered patio located adjacent to dining and activity areas. Physical, occupational and speech therapy are included, as are every resident and staffsupport service needed to provide an optimum level of nursing care. ADA, HUD, WAC, building code, zoningordinance and covenant regulations were complied with as each was evaluated forits influence on design decisions. The light color palette throughout creates a welcoming environment, which reflects
Kennewick's sunny climate.

07-07 Kittitas Valley Community Hospital

07-07 KittitasValleyHospital


Ellensburg, WA

This new 7,000 square foot Physical Therapy Clinic and Therapy Pool facility occupies a very visible corner in Ellensburg, less than two blocks from the KVCH hospital in Ellensburg.

Community demand for increased physical therapy services demanded that KVCH grow from an existing, congested 1600 SF location at the hospital, into this new building to an offer comprehensive physical therapy service environment. Traho designed an attractive building with cheerful colors and high ceilings, including a large gymnasium with ample space for exercise equipment and considerable interior and daylight views.

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