Bridges to Recovery asked California Custom Creations to expand and remodel their residential treatment facility in a similar fashion to the work done in [Santa Monica] (Link to SV work page).
The custom home was built in 1980, so some updates needed to be made in order to comply with new requirements: the interior plan of the house needed to be changed and some safety features needed installation.
California Custom Creations was given the task of adding soundproofing material to the existing walls of the building in order to provide privacy and security to the therapy rooms and the clients being treated there; we matched the existing custom paint to create a seamless transition from the existing walls to the new finish on the walls. California Custom Creations built new walls to create new rooms; all new walls were installed with professional soundproofing materials and were constructed without any damage to existing features in the building. Special care was taken during construction in order to not damage or scuff the vaulted ceilings in any way, and although it was slightly difficult, we successfully kept the existing features safe. In order to create a safer environment for the clients of Bridges to Recovery, CCC also installed reflective light strips on all landings both inside and outside the house to prevent falling on stairs in low light conditions. A new custom pool covering system was also built into the pool to prevent anyone from accidentally falling in, and is strong enough to hold many people without damage to the covering or its automatic track mechanism.
The treatment facility is now providing luxurious treatment to clients with mental health disorders. It was crucial that the construction process was fast, reliable, and as non-obtrusive as possible for Bridges to Recovery to be able to continue their high quality service to their clients.
“All deadlines were met and during the process CCC showed a great ability to work without disturbing our clients and clinical work on site. Eddie Stokes was able to find affective and cost efficient solutions to solve issues that came up during the process”
– Frederik Schulin, Operations Director, www.bridgestorecovery.com
California Custom Creations obtained all permits with the city of Los Angeles during the process. Not only did we build everything to adhere to California Building code, but we also exceeded requirements set by California’s Mental Health Licensing department.