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The Salvation Army Warren Worship & Service Center
Warren, Michigan
The Salvation Army, founded in 1865, is an international religious and charitable movement organized and operated on a quasi military pattern and a branch of the Christian Church. Its membership includes officers (clergy), soldiers/adherents (laity), members of varied activity groups and volunteers who serve as advisors, associates and committed participants in its service functions.

In 2003, FH Martin was contracted to build The Salvation Army Warren Worship & Service Center, which consists of a 17,537 SF homeless shelter, an 18,408 SF community center and a 29,120 SF food storage warehouse on a 5.64 acre site. The homeless shelter and the community center are joined by a common full-service kitchen.

The Warren Worship & Service Center was the second project that FH Martin completed for The Salvation Army. The first was a renovation of the organization's Dearborn Heights Citadel Corps facility in 2001.
Architect: DeWulf, Schaff, Sherman Architectural Joint Venture, St. Clair Shores, Michigan
Completion: August 2003
Woodpointe Independent Living/Woodhaven Retirement Community
Livonia, Michigan
The Woodhaven Retirement Community is Livonia's only full service continuing care retirement community. Services include independent living, assisted living, adult day care, Alzheimer's care, and skilled nursing.

In 1998, FH Martin was contracted to build Woodpointe Independent Living, one part of the Woodhaven Retirement Community. The 20-plus room facility is 39,000 SF, and is a wood framed building with brick veneer and a design/build HVAC system. The project also included full site development nestled within Woodhaven's wooded property.
Architect: Architects Design Group, Inc., Ann Arbor, Michigan
Completion: February 1999
Wyandotte Fire Station
Wyandotte, Michigan
In 2002, FH Martin was contracted to build the first new fire station in the city of Wyandotte, Michigan, in nearly 60 years. The new 7,200 SF fire station consists of apparatus bays, locker rooms, commercial kitchen, day room, dispatch office and support rooms.
Client: City of Wyandotte 3131 Biddle Avenue Wyandotte, MI 48192
Architect: Sarnacki & Associates Architects, Inc., Wyandotte, Michigan
Completion: January 2003
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