Plymouth, MA – Ebbrell Architecture + Design, a Massachusetts-based certified Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE), announced that it completed work on a 3,800sf medical opioid and alcohol addiction treatment center for CleanSlate in April.
Working closely with its stakeholders, Ebbrell transformed the former medical office in Plymouth into a bright and welcoming space that supports CleanSlate’s medical group outpatient clinic’s staff and patient needs. Ebbrell’s work included the addition of a phlebotomy lab, provider offices, and staff support space.
“The layout was a perfect fit,” said Robin Willcox, a designer at Ebbrell. “But the space left a lot to be desired and needed a complete cosmetic renovation before our client could move in and utilize it,” she said.
The Ebbrell design team, led by Willcox, aligned the look and feel of the space with the client’s comforting palette of warm neutrals and natural wood tones. “A lot of design has moved from warm colors to cool palettes, but that doesn’t work in this setting,” said Willcox. “It was important to create a calm and therapeutic environment for both the patients and the staff.”
Willcox said one of design team’s main goals was to use and move as much natural light as possible into the interior. “We really utilized the natural light in the two patient waiting rooms and the staff break rooms – two areas where it’s important for people to feel relaxed and comfortable.”
Votze Butler & Associates was the general contractor on the project. Miika Ebbrell, principal of Ebbrell, said working with the project team was a real pleasure: “The three of us – the client, the contractor and my team – all worked efficiently to bring this project to completion. We appreciated everyone’s efforts to make this important and healing space as wonderful as we envisioned it.”