High Point Treatment Center
When the decision was made to transform the former St. Luke's Hospital into High Point's newest treatment facility, Kane was happy to step in with a window protection solution.
The 11-million-dollar High Point Treatment Center project was born in 2013, thanks to a generous donation from developer and former property owner, Mary K O'Donnell. And, due to the nature of the organization, window security quickly proved to be a most critical and immediate need.
Kane Innovations' customer, Dole Architectural Products, made a smart choice in selecting 150 steel Van-Guard screens with unpainted (mill finish) wire cloth infill, for the 72-bed facility. The result is a clean, safe, effective guard against patient tampering.
This isn't Dole's first partnership with Kane, however. The companies initially joined forces a few years prior on High Point's Plymouth Campus project. Dole cited an excellent experience with the quality and durability of the product as the reason for their return to the Kane's Security brand.
High Point Treatment Center plans to become fully operational by September 2015.