Open Door Mission
CLIENT: Open Door Mission
LOCATION: Omaha, NE
ARCHITECT: Alley Poyner Macchietto
Lund-Ross served as the Construction Manager at Risk for the phased construction of three new facilities on the Open Door Mission campus near downtown Omaha. The Open Door Mission provides basic needs for men, women, and families in need of immediate assistance.
The new 64,000 square-foot Lydia House for Women & Families was built by Lund-Ross during Phase I. Family units were built throughout the facility, and each unit features separate sleeping rooms for mother and children, a kitchenette, and a private bathroom. Lund-Ross also built nurseries, classrooms, dining areas, and administrative space for Open Door Mission. The Lydia House opened on time in December 2009.
Lund-Ross built the new 60,000 square-foot Permanent Supportive Housing facility during Phase II. The new facility provides safe and affordable housing for men, women, and families who may benefit from living in a stable environment for an extended period of time. Crews built 41 apartment units, community rooms, classrooms, and administrative space into the residential facility. The Permanent Supportive Housing facility was finished on time in May 2011.