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Family Nurturing Center Architectural Excellence
The newly renovated daycare space is comprised of two classrooms, men’s and women’s restrooms, office space, and a kitchen. Modern worked with Family Nurturing Center board member and architect, Brian Westerhout to redesign the building to fit the needs and desires of the daycare. Additional walls were installed near the restroom and the hallway area between the classrooms was widened to allow for greater accessibility. Old windows were replaced by large 8/0 x 6/0 premium vinyl windows to bring more sunlight into the room. Upgrades of Marmoleum flooring and casework add additional visual appeal throughout the building. The new exterior included bright custom colors of fiber cement siding and trims. Roofing and welded hollow metal doors were upgraded as well.
The original 24’x64’ building was built by Modern in 1996 to serve as a daycare facility for the Northwest Regional Educational Service District in Forest Grove, OR. In 2016, the building was no longer needed and donated to the local Habitat for Humanity chapter. Modern donated to Habitat for Humanity by purchasing and removing the building at no cost to the ESD. It then was transformed into a beautiful, newly renovated daycare facility for Family Nurturing Center to expand services as a satellite campus in Phoenix, OR. The building now houses a no cost daycare service for children and families.
28′ x 56′
1568 Square Feet