Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board
A Long Overdue Community Project
The Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board, like many others throughout Virginia, is well beyond capacity and in dire need of an overhaul. HRCSB currently has 13 departments which operate out of 6 different buildings on 2 separate campuses. The N. Main Street campus is composed of five different buildings with multiple entrances off Main Street. Three of these buildings are older home converted for office use. Way-finding is difficult, arranging optimal adjacencies of departments is not possible, and proper separation of client and staff areas is not possible. The current facilities present a major challenge in terms of renovation and reuse.
Size: 50,783 s.f. of new construction
Cost: $11.2 million
Client: Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board
1241 Main St. and 463 E. Washington St.
Completion: 2021 is the projected completion date
Project Type: Government/Office/Healthcare
The project will will take place at two different locations and be done in three phases. The majority of the project will take place at 1241 N. Main Street where four lots will be demolished and replaced with a 50,783 sf. new facility which will house both youth and adult services under one room.
There will also be a small renovation of space completed at the exsisting McNulty Center on 463 E. Washington Street. Phase 1 of the project started in October of 2019. All 3 phases of the project are expected to be completed in two years.
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