Cambia Hills of East Bethel Wins NAIOP Award
Cambia Hills of East Bethel has been recognized with an Award of Excellence- Special Purpose from the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP). NAIOP’s awards, which recognize projects that have demonstrated exemplary efforts, are based on a system of nominations and peer selection.
Minnesota’s First of its Kind, Designed for Children
Owned by The Hills Youth and Family Services, Cambia Hills of East Bethel is the state’s first purpose-built psychiatric residential treatment facility (PRTF) for children. The Northeast Metro 916 Intermediate School District provides educational services to the facility.
Cambia Hills was built by Kraus-Anderson Construction. In addition, Kraus-Anderson Development was the owner’s development representative and provided project development services. Designed by TKDA Architects, the 60-bed treatment facility is designed to serve children ages 6-17 who are experiencing complex mental illness.
Situated on a 38-acre wetland site, the campus features new offices for staff, a half gymnasium; commercial kitchen/cafeteria, community room, mechanical and maintenance area, and housing wings. The facility also includes shared space for the school’s use such as the corridors, cafeteria and gym. 3D Walkthrough
Listen to this podcast interview with Hills Youth and Family Services CEO Jeff Bradt, Northeast Metro 916 Assistant Superintendent Dan Naidicz and Cambia Hills Principal Tammy Bednar.View Comments