This project involved renovation of a former Harley Davidson dealership into a regional animal control center for the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service (SCRAPS). The new shelter replaced an outdated shelter that could no longer meet the space requirements for the region’s animal control efforts.
The new facility incorporates the latest concepts in humane animal housing and shelter design, focusing on the placement of animals in new homes. It includes 26,000 square feet on the main level, along with a small second floor of 2,300 square feet for offices and 5,800 square feet on a mezzanine for storage and mechanical equipment.
The shelter houses 94 dogs and 120 cats as well as 60 staff members and volunteers.
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