STAATSBURG, NY – Kirchhoff-Consigli Construction Management (KCCM) joined the Anderson Center for Autism in celebrating the completion of the Center’s master site plan and Anderson Village on June 11, 2013.
The comprehensive multi-phased plan for the campus included major revitalization and re-configuration of the Center’s facilities which took place over the span of eight years. The resulting work has been executed over 19 new buildings and renovation projects which focus on providing welcoming social spaces. Three major buildings, along with fifteen residences, anchor the village green, creating an intimate neighborhood environment within the campus: the new Village Center, the new Recreation Center, and the historically significant Malcolm Hall – now the newly renovated Business Center at the Spruces.
KCCM Project Executive, Scott Cruikshank said, “We are honored to have had the Anderson Center for Autism as a long-time client and friend. To have worked side by side with them in transforming their campus into the state-of-the-art campus that it is today has truly been a privilege.”
About Anderson Center for Autism
Anderson Center for Autism is New York’s premier autism treatment and care center. It is a non-profit organization located in picturesque Staatsburg, N.Y., dedicated to providing the highest quality programs possible for both children and adults with autism. It employs more than 750 specialists who are expertly trained to diagnose, treat, and care for adults and children on the autism spectrum.