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Institutional Projects
Our work on many significant institutional projects is a great source of pride for FH Martin. Throughout the years, we have been honored to play a major role in some very important community projects for non-profit organizations such as The Children’s Center of Wayne County and The Salvation Army. Institutional clients typically have special needs, and the projects are one-of-a-kind. In the case of non-profit community organizations, we recognize the heart and soul that goes into these projects, and take great care to be worthy of the trust that is placed in us to bring these projects to life. FH Martin has come through for a number of clients in this unique market.
Toledo, OH
FH Martin has been selected to convert an existing high school in the Toledo Public School District to a YMCA. The project scope consists of renovation of 40,000 SF of the building, including a new lobby, fitness rooms, teen and family adventure rooms, etc., as well as all sitework. Construction started in late 2008.
Client: LGB/Toledo Public Schools
Architect: SSOE, Inc.
First Step Shelter
Wayne County, MI
First Step is a not-for-profit organization. Its mission is to reduce the incidence of domestic violence and sexual assault and to provide services to individuals affected by these crimes.
FH Martin was selected in 2006 as the Construction Manager to help First Step build a new shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. The new 41,000 SF building, which will be located in Wayne County, will consist of bedrooms, office space and alternative support space, including a community center. FHM is scheduled to break ground on this important project in the spring of 2007.
Architect: Hobbs & Black, Inc., Ann Arbor, Michigan
The Children's Center of Wayne County
Detroit, Michigan
The Children's Center of Wayne County is one of the largest, most diverse and comprehensive frontline child-serving agencies in Michigan, advocating the needs and problems of some of the most troubled children in the United States. Established in 1929, it was one of the first child guidance clinics in the country.

In 2002, FH Martin was contracted to build The Children's Center's Paul D. Marsh programs building, a new 24,502 SF office building to house foster care, adoption, teen parenting and other out-patient programs. Its construction was funded by a campaign co-chaired by William Clay Ford, Jr., and WDIV Channel 4 Anchorwoman Carmen Harlan.
Architect: Hobbs & Black, Inc., Ann Arbor, Michigan
Completion: May 2003
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