The project consists of constructing an approximately 1,200 square foot building addition to the Miller Wellness Center and an approximately 270 square foot emergency generator for backup power to the entire building. The building addition will allow for accommodation of displaced staff during improvements that will occur within the existing building under a separate project to provide additional room for a Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) clinic and additional footprint for slight growth. Applicable mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection systems will accommodate the building addition. The generator, which will be located on a portion of the existing parking lot south of the building adjacent to an existing cogeneration plant, is necessary for the CSU clinic to serve at all hours and in times of power failure. During construction, existing features will be removed to accommodate the building addition such as exterior finishes of the existing building, minor concrete path, bio-retention treatment, and landscaping, including three trees. Nesting bird surveys will be conducted during the nesting season prior to tree/vegetation removal or trimming. Two handicap parking spaces will be removed from the aforementioned parking lot to make room for new ambulance parking striping. Irrigation and storm drain lines will be relocated and a new bio-retention treatment feature will be installed. Excavation to a depth of approximately three feet is anticipated. Staging is anticipated to occur on the existing paved basketball court on the north side of the project site. Construction is estimated take approximately six months.