Chinle Behavioral Health Building

By November 9, 2011Healthcare, Project Profiles

Project Name: Chinle Behavioral Health Building

Customer: Indian Health Services
Location: Chinle, AZ
Size: 6,270 Square Feet

Project Start Date: 04/28/2009
Actual Date Completed: 09/18/2009
Days to Complete:  142 Days

Description:  The Indian Health Service (IHS) is an agency within the Department of Health and Human Services that is responsible for providing federal health services to American Indians and Alaska Natives.  As such, IHS’s facilities include medical offices, pharmacies and behavioral health clinics among many other resources for the people the agency serves.  In 2009, IHS identified a need for behavioral health clinic in Chinle, AZ.  Wanting to keep costs down and also to complete the project in a relatively short amount of time, IHS approached Icon Construction about providing a modular behavioral health clinic in Chinle.  This project was completed simultaneously with a modular public health building, also for IHS in Chinle.

The modular design team at Icon quickly got to work, not only designing a building that would meet the needs of IHS in Chinle but also one that would match the architectural style fo the surrounding buildings.  this is included a custome exterior appearance as well as a custome foundation system for this modular behavioral health clinic.  Icon team members completed full turnkey services for this project in fewer than 6 months.

As a Native American owned modular building manufacturer, Icon is proud to have designed and completed several projects, not only for IHS but also for the Bureau of Indian Affairs as well as several tribes across the country.  These facilities include modular offices, modular medical clinics and modular classrooms.