The Animal Rescue League (ARL) of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania moved to a new 34,000 sq. ft. facility within the city. The ARL was founded in 1909 and it was clear that the organization needed more space in order to grow and maintain its standards of care and service. On average they take in 13,000 animals annually. The new building will include a pair of operating rooms, additional kennels, outdoor exercise space, and an all-purpose community room.
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
- Project Size: 34,000 sq. ft.
- Total Construction Cost: $15 million
- NEIS Contract: $350,000
- Case Systems Plastic Laminate Casework
- Stainless Steel Tables and Countertops
- Solid Surface Sills
- Custom Millwork Reception Desk
Project Delivery Team:
- Architect: Strada
- Design Work: Animal Arts
- General Contractor: PJ Dick