This 1100-person capacity building will house homeless men and women in Utah. The Gail Miller Homeless Resource Center is one of three homeless resource centers funded by a private/public partnership to serve the homeless population in Utah. The new facilities will replace the Salt Lake Road Home. These new resource centers have administrative offices, multi-purpose space, meeting space, classroom space and other dedicated spaces for assistance programs.
Each resource center has eight main design components to directly addresses matters that affect the homeless population addressing housing, medical care, employment, education, safety, legal rights, community engagement, and positive social support.
Spectrum Engineers provided the electrical engineering, AV design and structured cabling and street lighting design.