This one story steel framed shopping center in Chesterfield County, Virginia, consists of 3 separate buildings. The roof on one was designed for a future helicopter landing platform. The structure consists of roof deck on joists on steel framing or masonry bearing walls.
Located in downtown Richmond, Virginia, this 5-story plus basement building contains 100,000 square feet of office space, including the architect that designed the building. The project also included the renovation of the existing 100 year old, 2-story, Southern Railroad Freight Depot on the site into restaurant and other facilities. The first floor structure consists of precast concrete framing member and floor structure while the remainder of the building consists of composite steel floor framing.
This one story, 76,000 square foot shopping center located in the Short Pump area of Henrico County, Virginia, consists of 5 individual buildings, wrapping around a central on-grade parking area. The one story buildings house tenants such as Trader Joe’s and Ultra in addition to many others. The structure consists of metal roof deck on bar joists on steel framing and masonry bearing walls.
Design of a new 5,530 SF generator yard to house mechanical equipment for the renovation of SAS Building R. The generator yard consists of cast-in-place concrete retaining walls with structural steel screen walls on three sides. The project also included analysis and reinforcing of the existing two way floor slab for a new opening to accommodate a pneumatic lift for transferring heavy data equipment to the basement level.
A new 284,000 SF seven story flat plate cast-in-place concrete office tower, an executive conference center, and a dining facility supported by auger-cast piles, pile caps, and grade beams. The conference center is a 2-story steel framed conference center, classroom, and training facility with a basement supported by spread footings. The dining facility for up to 600 people includes a variety of seating options, a coffee bar, and a patio overlooking the landscape. Scope includes design of some cast-in-place concrete site retaining walls. Includes Special Inspections. LEED Certified Platinum. Green strategies included rainwater reuse for toilets and irrigation, solar panels to heat water, vegetated roof areas and HVAC heat recovery. Materials specified are recycled, regional, low or no-VOC, and/or high performance.
This 3 story office building with a partial basement provides nearly 100,000 square feet of office space in the Innsbrook Corporate Center in Glen Allen, Virginia. The floors consist of concrete slabs on deck on bar joists and steel beams and the roof consists of metal deck on joists on steel beams. Mechanical equipment is supported on the roof structure and concealed by a screen wall.
Renovation and adaptive reuse of the 64,200 SF Hill Building in the American Tobacco Historic District of Durham included nearly a complete reconstruction of the floor and roof framing and upgrade of the structure to meet current wind and seismic loads. In most cases the building was reframed with re-graded and salvaged timber. New amenities included the addition of skylights and a 10,700 SF mezzanine. The structure was adapted to a single tenant office building.
This one story structure, located in Henrico County, Virginia, was originally constructed for Capital Flooring and was recently converted into the newest Good will store in the area. As designed, it has 12,500 square feet of showroom and nearly 13,000 square feet of warehouse space. The showroom area is conventionally framed with metal roof deck on steel joists on steel beams and columns but the warehouse is designed as a pre-engineered metal building.
This one story, approximately 13,000 square foot office building, located in Henrico county Virginia houses an architectural practice and one tenant. The structure consists of wood roof sheathing on wood trusses on a steel frame.
Consisting of 305,000 SF of structural precast concrete and 83,000 SF of structural steel frame underneath, this five-story, 1300 car precast parking structure is built in coordination with a 110,000 SF steel framed office building that is constructed on top of the parking structure. This is a mixed use building consisting of retail, commercial, office space, and parking.
A 117,000 SF steel framed six-story office building with pile-supported foundations and first floor slabs in old town Hampton. The municipal office building houses 250 school employees, city revenue and tax offices.
A new 61,500 SF church sanctuary. Building includes balcony seating and a catwalk. Roof structure includes long span joists and joist girders. Building is steel framed with metal stud exterior walls with a combination of masonry veneer and stucco.