CCJM provided MEPFP and Energy Modeling services for the new Heartland Health Center (HHC). This building is an intelligently managed, energy and water-efficient building integrating locally manufactured materials with recycled content. It is a single-story, approximately 9,200 sq. ft. community health center with exam rooms, office, reception/waiting area, community room, restrooms, support spaces, and alley–access parking.
This development is the first LEED-certified Platinum Community Health Center in the State of Illinois, providing access to affordable primary care to the medically underserved and uninsured in Chicago’s Rogers Park, Edgewater and West Ridge neighborhoods. The facility sets a new standard for innovation in smart, energy-efficient control for neighborhood health centers. The building features both solar and geothermal renewable energy to offset its cost of operation and carbon footprint.
Project Cost: $8,500,000