Client: Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center: Spinal Cord Injury Long-Term Care Facility in Dallas
Architect: Page – Dallas
- Modern hospital campus
- 120,000-square-foot facility
- Will house up to 60 residents with spinal cord injuries
- Designed to meet LEED Silver certification
The Long-Term Care Spinal Cord Injury Facility at the Veterans Affairs (VA) Dallas campus resembles a master-planned community that will serve American Veterans with spinal cord injuries who need a long-term care. The facility was specifically designed to serve the unique needs of individuals with spinal cord injuries, while creating a warm community feel. Indoor and outdoor areas were planned to encourage loved ones to visit with residents. Outdoor meditation areas, gardens, shuffleboard, game tables and dining areas emphasize the community aspect for residents and their guests.
Halford Busby is proud to have served as the construction consultant on this project, providing cost estimates.
Learn more about this project in the article “FIRST LOOK: VA Dallas Long-Term Care Spinal Cord Injury Facility” in Healthcare Design Magazine.
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