The Dallas 24 Hour Club
Brandt is honored to be a part of Dallas 24 Hour Club’s next phase of growth. Invited to assist with the project by KDC Real Estate Development & Investments and HKS Architects, we are one of more than a dozen companies working on the facility pro bono.
Founded in 1969, The Dallas 24 Hour Club is a registered non-profit organization that provides sober transitional living for homeless individuals who want a way of life away from alcohol and substance abuse.
The two-story, 14,000-square-foot building will replace the old facility on Ross Avenue in Dallas, Texas. The new building increases the nonprofit’s annual accommodation from 300 to 400 people. New amenities will include a commercial kitchen and dining area, large AA meeting room, a resident community room, meditation rooms, indoor and outdoor activity space, and parking – all of which help promote sobriety and a sense of community.
Brandt will install the building’s plumbing systems for the restrooms, showers, and commercial kitchen. Ferguson, Uponor, Hugh M. Cunningham, Inc., and Sunstate Equipment Company generously donated supplies for the project.
Uponor provided domestic water pipes for the entire project. Ease of installation, zero maintenance, and superior longevity made Uponor’s product ideal for this project. Brandt wanted Dallas 24 Hour Club to have peace of mind knowing their piping system will never corrode and will be able to serve them the entirety of the building’s service life.
Ferguson donated plumbing fixtures for the bathrooms, showers and commercial kitchen; Hugh M. Cunningham, Inc. donated the drains and backflow preventers; and Sunstate will provide the excavation rental equipment at no cost.
The new Dallas 24 Hour Club is scheduled for completion Fall of 2017.