Ammonoosuc Community Health Services HRSA-22-134 CDFA 93.493 Competition ID 8752 Opportunity Package ID PKG00273079 ________________________________________ Abstract Ammonoosuc Community Health Services, Inc., (ACHS) is requesting $500,000 of Congressionally Directed Spending (CDS) for a construction project. The construction project is for the ACHS – Whitefield Care Delivery Site located at 14 King Square Whitefield, NH 03598-3346. ACHS – Whitefield is an 1890 French Mansard Style building comprised of three levels above and on level below street level grade. • Lower Level = 3,828 sq ft • Leve 1 = 3,828 sq ft • Level 2 = 1,276 sq ft • Level 3 = 1,276 sq ft The CDS funds of $500,000 are being leveraged with $462,292 of American Rescue Plan (ARP) funds. This enables a more comprehensive cost-effective renovation. • $418,600 of APR funds are budgeted for renovation of care delivery to enhance effective, efficient, and safe care delivery for patient and employee alike. • $5,707 of ARP funds are budgeted for Employee identification card access control to standardize access and security for employees across all ACHS care delivery locations. • $37,985 are budgeted for the HVAC and control system increasing environmental comfort, air quality, and establish the infrastructure for future investment in geo-thermal heating and cooling as we have done at ACHS – Woodsville. The $500,000 of CDS funds are being invested in • $20,000 in architectural and engineering fees. • $20,000 in demolition fees. • $310,000 in construction enabling better integration of medical, behavioral health with community-based efforts to address social determinants of health and multipurpose community activity space for nutrition, bone-builder, tai chi etc., • $150,000 in equipment (HVAC system to enable future geo-thermal system $962,292 is the combined investment of CDS and ARPA funds. The combined investment will enable addressing the entire building envelop toward opti
mal energy efficiencies from which alternative energy sources may be considered in the future including geothermal and solar. In 1998 the then owner Littleton Regional Hospital (LRH) with a United States Department of Agriculture Community Development Block Grant. This investment included the installation of an ADA compliant elevator connecting below street grade, first and second levels.