Posted: January 14, 2020 | Projects
This two-story 45,000-square-foot state-of-the-art medical facility was constructed using concrete tilt-up, with an internal steel frame and concrete and steel-composite floors. Window openings were carefully sized to provide ample daylight while minimizing unnecessary solar gain. The lighting is high efficiency LED with a central networked lighting controls system throughout the building. High efficiency rooftop package units were also installed to provide for heating and cooling needs. The architectural expression of the building is intended to reflect the area’s desert setting and agricultural history. Custom patterning of the concrete wall panels evokes the land division of fields and parcels. The panels are painted in shades drawn from the surrounding desert landscapes.
Posted: January 6, 2020 | Projects
Sitting on a former asphalt plant and coal yard, this new 30,000-square-foot office facility has transformed the surrounding area into an economic hub. Built at an (adjusted) cost of $126.66 per square foot, this two-story office building accommodates the current staff of 75 employees, with expansion capabilities to accommodate up to 50 more. It includes three large conference rooms, two conversation rooms, four private offices, and a large open café/kitchen for informal meetings.
Posted: December 31, 2019 | Projects
This project is a best-of-class example of an adaptive re-use redevelopment. A 105,000-square-foot former Sam’s Club retail warehouse building was converted into a 164,000-square-foot call operations center for Consumer Cellular, a leading telecommunications tenant. The 61,000-square-foot second floor addition to the existing 105,000-square-foot building footprint was organized to maintain a two-story perimeter height volume at the perimeter edge of the building. Along a center spine all public office, training room functions, and new bathrooms cores were consolidated to buffer the more acoustically sensitive needs of the call center stations located in four quadrants adjacent to the central spine.
Posted: December 23, 2019 | Projects
This 16,000-square-foot library features meeting spaces and abundant technological resources to help everyone succeed in their endeavors. The library also offers computer classes, job labs, gaming, and homework help sessions. Built at an (adjusted) cost of $721.61 per square foot, it’s also a quiet escape from a noisy chaotic world, where patrons can focus, relax, investigate, learn, or just read.
Posted: December 18, 2019 | Projects
Built at an (adjusted) cost of $146.87 per square foot, this 31,785-square-foot worship center is a pre-engineered metal building system, arranged in two articulated masses: the larger is for the worship center and the smaller is for the children’s center. The worship center portion includes an 876-seat worship room with fellowship space and a café. A sound and lighting booth is included on the floor of the worship room. A video control booth is located on a mezzanine level at the back of the space. The children’s center features a 200 seat worship space and 12 Sunday school classrooms for grades K-6. Four nursery rooms are also included for day care during services.