A transitional housing facility located in Claremont, NH, and owned by Sullivan County. Originally built in the 1930s, the building required total restoration including excavating the basement level to connect the building to the city’s water lines. The project included asbestos removal, sandblasting of the exposed woodwork to remove old paint and restore a honey-like hue, new elevator installation, and the addition of a camera and key card entry system. Construction also included a 24/7 facilitator apartment and restoration of several original staircases. The facility is high-performance and sustainable, with several solar panels on the building’s roof, resulting in net zero energy usage. Two, small Daikin boilers were installed to provide backup if necessary.