The nonprofit organization consolidated its headquarters, education center, regional housing crisis hotline, and family shelter into a 60,000 SF, three-story facility. The first floor of the facility includes a commercial kitchen, dining area, STEM lab, case manager offices, and a cutting-edge education center with five classrooms. A 20-family emergency shelter located on the second and third floors increased the agency’s capacity to house families and children temporarily by 50%. A 4,000 SF rooftop garden serves as a gathering and play space for children and families. MSA provided site plans, a stormwater BMP investigation, a stormwater pollution prevention plan, and surveying services.