Posted: July 28, 2021 | Projects
This 22,000-square-foot building renovation achieved a national award for energy design and efficiency because of distinctive and original innovations, including a unique system of low-energy cooling, lighting control, high-efficiency glazing, and photovoltaics. As a result of this renovation, the former university library is now one of the most energy efficient public buildings in northern California. It also features one of the largest solar panel grids in the region, covering 9,500 square feet with 1,200 panels.
Posted: July 21, 2021 | Projects
This 59,846-square-foot multipurpose sports facility is an addition to the High School campus of the Greenbrier School District in Arkansas. It was designed to provide an indoor training space for high school sports such as football, soccer, baseball, softball, and cheerleading. The design team used the inspiration of the school district's panther mascot using its claws to rip back the corner of the building’s metal panel façade revealing the weight training room and practice field beyond. The "clawed reveals" continue around the perimeter of the building in the form of translucent wall panels, both providing daylighting during regular use and making the building a beacon at dusk.
Posted: July 14, 2021 | Projects
The expansion work for this project was delivered in four phases over a 20-month period, which included 55,000 square feet of new patient clinic facilities, 18,000 square feet of patient beds, the renovation of 33,000 square feet of existing operating rooms, and extensive modifications to site infrastructure. The main building addition added pre-admission areas for testing and screening, a 23-hour new-bed wing, new kitchen and dining facilities, and six new “high-intensity” operating rooms. The second level of the main facility carries a Class B occupancy, and provides 24,000 square feet of new medical office building space, offering an ideal adjacency for patients and doctors.
Posted: July 6, 2021 | Projects
The design process for this 50,176-square-foot home health care and rehabilitation facility focused on the specific needs of the target community. In addition to adding an aesthetic appeal reflective of the Southeast Asian heritage, the architect approached the project with a concept that would ensure the cultural balance in both function and design. The Asian heritage was emphasized by using traditional materials such as brick, concrete, metal roof, and incorporating a grand porte cocherie with Asian-influenced lighting.
Posted: June 24, 2021 | Projects
This 28,784-square-foot one-story farmers market building was built to support an aggressive Midwest rollout of Fresh Thyme's fresh and healthy marketplace. It is a load-bearing masonry structure with steel columns and deck. The foundation is spread footings, perimeter grade beams, and a 5-inch slab on grade. Building concrete includes standard 5-inch concrete slabs, freezer slabs, bollards, equipment pads, and interior concrete curbing.