Pima Psychiatric Hospital + Crisis Response Center

Tucson, Arizona

Project Description
The project scope included a three story, 136,000 square foot hospital addition for housing acute care beds, urgent and emergency care center, psychiatric court hearing rooms and basic clinical studies for neurology and psychiatry. Additionally, the project encompassed a two story, 67,000 square foot crisis response center which houses comprehensive screening, assessment, crisis stabilization treatment, and triage capabilities. The space provides for a number of beds for individuals requiring a long term stay, separate space for patients who will require less than a 24 hour stay, as well as a number of other services for youth and families. The project also included site work to expand the parking and landscaping areas.

Size:  203,000 sf
Owner: 
Pima County
Contractor: 
DPR Inc.
Architect: 
cdg Architects
Completion: 
July 2011