The Douglas County Crisis Recovery Center project, located on the Treatment and Recovery Campus of Douglas County, is moving along! Dan Connelly, project superintendent, along with Brian Butell, project engineer, is reporting that interior framing is completed which is over 20,000 square feet. The center will provide medical care and behavioral health treatment services. Roofing over the building is also complete. The building’s orange-colored vapor barrier has been applied and framing for the metal “skin” will begin soon. The rough-in for all the mechanical systems has begun including plumbing, electrical, HVAC, and fire suppression, and will be completed very soon. There are some major things happening on this project and we’ll keep you posted with updates. Check back often!