Avery Road Treatment Center

Project Team

Architect/Engineer

Noelker and Hull Associates, Inc.
6 North East Street, Suite 300
Frederick, MD 21701

Contractor

Costello Construction
10211 Wincopin Circle, Suite 100
Columbia, Maryland 21044

Montgomery County Government
Department of General Services

Department of Health and Human Services

Potomac Health Care Foundation (Private Partner)

Section Chief

Kassa Seyoum
(240) 777-6114

Project Manager

Behrooz Alemi
(240) 777-6123

For healthcare and treatment services enquiries, please contact the Treatment Center
at: 301-762 5613

Current Phase: Post Construction and Warranty

This project provides for the planning, design and construction of a replacement facility for the existing Avery Road Treatment Center (ARTC). The existing facility provides residential substance abuse treatment for low-income County residents. The County entered into a public-private partnership with assistance from the State to complete the project.

A new service contract (along with the lease) with Potomac Healthcare Foundation (PHF) went into effect February 1st, 2017. HHS administers the service contract. DGS administers the lease. Temporary relocation of most of the service off site to PHF property occurred in early 2019.

Noelker & Hull Associates, Inc., Frederick, MD , have been selected as the architect for this project.

Costello Construction Inc., from Columbia, MD, have been selected as the General Contractor for construction.

Construction started in Spring 2019 and was substantially completed in February 2021. The facility is anticipated to start operation and accepting patience by Early April 2021.

Current Project Images

Avery Road Treatment Center provides residential, non-hospital detoxification and intermediate care services for adults. Clients can self-refer, or can be referred by Access to Behavioral Health, jail, hospitals, or other treatment providers. Priority populations include pregnant women, individuals diagnosed as HIV+, AIDS, Hepatitis C or TB/PPD+. Also included are individuals with Child Welfare or criminal justice involvement, and those with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders.

The existing facility provides 20 medical detox and 40 Intermediate Care Facility beds. Capacity provided by the replacement facility may shift depending on the agreement developed under the public-private partnership.

Typical Elevator Lobby

Dining Room in Progress

Main Entrance

Interior Finishing in Progress

Overall View of the Facility

Landscaping in Progress

View of North Elevation

Millwork Installation in Progress

Female Corridor at Nurse Station

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Lobby 200 looking North

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Lobby 300 Looking East

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Lobby 200 Looking Nurse 212

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Conference Room 119

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Main Lobby 101

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Reception/Admin. & Staff Work Area 142 & 142A

Interiort Works in Progress

Dining Room 120 Looking South

Exterior and Siteworks in Progress

Main Entrance Lobby 101 Looking South

Dining Room in Progress

Kitchen 122

Interior Finishing in Progress

Kitchen 122

Landscaping in Progress

Laundry 131

Millwork Installation in Progress

Dutch Door at Nurse Stations (typical)

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Water Fountain Alcove (typical)

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Corridor 125 Looking North

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Staff Lounge 132

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