Work in Progress at OCACF

January 23, 2017

Orange County Animal Care Facility

In the last three days all the tilt wall panels were erected at Orange County Animal Care Facility (OCACF) supporting the fast-track construction of the County’s new animal shelter.

Image during start of construction at Orange County Animal Care Facility in Tustin, CA project architect is rauhaus freedenfeld & associates rfa laguna hills, ca boston, ma

The exciting moment of the last concrete panel being lifted up into place completing the exterior shell of the new animal care facility.

The Future meets the Past. The concrete tilt walls of the shelter’s main Lobby artistically frame the view on Blimp Hangar No2 – a historic landmark of the former Marine Corps Air Station and current site of the new OCACF.

The view into from the Lobby down to the interactive Adoption Corridor. The openings in the panels will provide access to light-filled Cat Adoption Wards beyond.

These beautiful trees are patiently waiting for the completion of their new home filled with sunshine and the sounds of hope, love and compassion.







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