Yaeger Architecture is providing architectural and interior design services for the addition to the Mark Twain Behavioral Health building in Kirksville, MO. The project consists of two existing buildings, connected by a hallway, each 1-story, with brick, vinyl siding, hipped roofs with shingles, and construction that is residential in nature. The new addition is to be 20,000 SF with two stories and covered drop-off area. It will blend with the existing aesthetics through similar materials and roof lines. The new addition will connect to the existing buildings, and some services will remain in the existing space. The new addition will house the main lobby, therapist offices, clinic rooms, and group spaces on the first level. The second level will be for administrative offices and conference rooms. The addition will also contain a main break room plus satellite coffee bars on each level. The addition will be of commercial construction with a steel frame, steel deck, concrete floors, and interior finishes consistent in quality to MTBH’s new office in Hannibal, MO.