Northern Addictions Centre (AADAC)

Completion: 1991
Size: ± 7,700 sq.m.
Location: Grande Prairie, Alberta

The AADAC facility is a state-of-the-art rehabilitation centre that has been used as a model to develop new facilities of its type. The Grande Prairie AADAC was the first alcohol, drug and gambling rehabilitation centre to use a new philosophy developed by a Doctor in Ontario. Bob Hubbard, Project Coordinator for AADAC, and Roger Field, Project Architect, worked with all user groups to develop a comprehensive building program that would foster the rehabilitation treatment.

After three years of development, the design concept was finished, and the project was given the go ahead to the construction phase. Having worked with every level of government, touching each area of our society and having the privilege to work with professionals dedicated to the improvement of addiction treatment was a proud moment for our firm. The project grew during the working drawing stage to include an emergency centre shelter for the Province of Alberta, which was located within the AADAC facility.

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