Crenshaw Christian Center, Los Angeles, CA
Francis Gregory Library, Washington, DC
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Design of social services structures requires a balance of creativity and costs that meet the architectural intent and the overall project budget.
The Social Services Market is divided into three specific divisions:
Educational: Academic Institutions – Includes Schools, Universities and Libraries
Medical: Hospitals, Clinics and Medical Facilities
Religious: Places of Worship: Churches, Temples, Synagogues and Mosques
All CST projects belonging to the social services market have one common trait: they contribute to promoting individual wellness and are consequently structured to accommodate individual human needs. Whether the needs are acoustic or aesthetic, CST’s diverse product lines offer many different solutions to satisfy the requirements of each project.
Sample clients include:
CST focuses on developing the proper atmosphere for each individual project and assists professionals in exceeding ordinary design limits in order to create ideal structures.
Dry Bulk & Liquid Storage Tanks
Aluminum Domes, Reservoir & Flat Covers
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