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Conroe, Texas

Emergency preparedness along the Texas Gulf coast requires facilities inland where those displaced by disasters and threats can find refuge.

The Salvation Army, dedicated to “doing the most good,” is constructing a Turner Duran-designed shelter north of Houston, outfitted with sleeping, eating, and cleaning quarters for individuals and families. The design of the structure connotes warmth and welcome through the use of residential motifs and materials of stone, brick, and stucco, belying its size (almost 16,000 square feet in size).


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