The Lantern Center for Recovery

 

The Lantern Center for Recovery is a sober living facility that serves chemically dependent males while putting them on a path to recovery.  With the unfortunate and dramatic rise of opiate related overdose deaths, The Lantern’s highly regarded ministry was stretched thin and in need of more square footage to increase their facility’s capacity and they looked to The Krueger Group to serve as general contractor for their long overdue expansion.  The overall project was broken up into 2 phases.

The following scope of work was completed in phase 1:

  • Renovation of 3,637 square feet former auto body.
  • Construction of 1,635 square feet mezzanine lounge constructed on top of bedrooms.
  • Construction of 636 square feet addition by converting former delivery dock.
  • Construction of 328 square feet connection corridor at back of existing facility.

The following scope of work was completed in phase 2:

  • Complete renovation of existing kitchen and dining room.
  • Renovation of existing chapel into workout area.

Upon completion, the newly connected living quarters added the following:

  • A group chapel.
  • (7) Additional bedrooms with 28 beds.
  • A lounge/library.
  • New executive office.
  • Second floor mezzanine/lounge with glass railings accessible from an ornamental staircase with wrought iron railings and stained wood runners.
  • Full service commercial kitchen with 10’ Ansul hood system, new combination walk-in cooler and freezer and professional grade appliances.
  • Weight room.

Client The Lantern Center for Recovery
Type Commercial,Nonprofit
Services General Contracting
Location Cleveland, Ohio
Completion 2017
Architect LS Architects
Photographer Carl Staub
               

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Before & After

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