A four story, approximately 44,000 SF Town Hall building constructed on a sloping site with basement retaining walls. Building structure consists of a structural steel frame with composite steel beam and concrete slab floor construction. Building includes council chambers on third floor with clerestory windows around a circular room. LEED Certified Platinum.
A new single-story 4,400 SF senior center for the City of Raleigh which includes large and small multi-purpose rooms, a community kitchenette, as well as office and support areas. Structural system consists of a structural steel frame supporting a steel joist and metal deck framed sloping roof.
A new, partial two-story 30,500 SF community center built on a steep slope. The gymnasium portion of the building was constructed with precast concrete exterior wall panels supporting a bar joist roof. The partial two-story portion of the building, containing classrooms spaces, consists of a structural steel frame supporting a steel beam and concrete slab second floor and a bar joist roof.
This one story, approximately 8,000 square foot fire station replaces an existing station on the same site in Henrico County, Virginia and provided up to date equipment and personal services. The cold formed roof trusses are supported on load bearing masonry in the equipment bay and on load bearing metal studs in the other areas. The project included the foundation for a temporary equipment shelter during construction.
A two-story, approximately 35,000 SF steel framed senior center with composite floor beams and a combination of bar joists and exposed steel truss roof framing. Project included a small amphitheater, monumental stair with hung landing and full story height building and site retaining walls.
This one and 2 story, approximately 23,000 square foot structure, provides gymnasium, activity, and ballroom space in Henrico County, Virginia. Curved roofs give the building a very distinctive appearance. Set into a hill, both levels are accessed from grade, which required a large retaining wall on 3 sides. The ball room can be divided into 3 separate spaces with folding partitions supported by the roof structure. The structure consists of roof deck on curved steel beams or special joists and a concrete slab on deck on steel joists.
Phased project involved the demolition of the existing historic YMCA facility on Hillsborough Street and construction of a new building in its place. The new building is 94,000 SF, with a total of three stories including a partial basement level. The facility includes a gymnasium, and natatorium in addition to meeting rooms, administration spaces and exercise rooms. The construction consists of cast-in-place concrete retaining walls and structural steel framed floors and roof. The roof over the natatorium is framed with precast double tees bearing on cast-in-place concrete walls. The scope includes a suspended running track in the gymnasium area. Construction was performed in two phases in order for the facility to remain operational during the entire process of demolition and construction.
Having closed the military mission on Vieques Island, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Navy and the Puerto Rican Ports Authority, sought to convert the Navy’s “Mosquito Pier” to a commercial Passenger Ferry Terminal. The 600 foot long pier lies at the end of a nearly one mile long causeway. In addition to the Ferry Terminal on the pier, the project included a Cargo Loading Facility along the causeway and a Terminal Building at the beginning of the causeway. 2009 ACEC/V Engineering Excellence – Honor Award
Renovations and additions to the Supreme Allied Command Transformation (SACT) Headquarters building NH-31 located at Naval Support Activity, Norfolk, Virginia, including a new building for the National Liaison Representatives (NLR).
A 6,000 SF building with four drive through vehicle bays and living quarters for the crew and a meeting room and a training room. The structure consists of masonry bearing walls supporting wood roof framing at the living quarters and steel bar joists at the vehicle bays.