Posted: July 12, 2023 | Projects
This helicopter hangar facility and corporate office was constructed as a design-build project using a pre-engineered building. One of the highlights of the project is the 110'×20' sectional power sliding hangar door with 8'×4' windows in each panel. The offices have polished concrete floors in the restrooms, lobbies, and hallways, with carpet tile in the offices. The hangar is heated with a direct-fired blow-thru space heater. The exterior walls of the building are 8'-high masonry using 4"-high color block; above that is vertical metal siding.
Posted: July 3, 2023 | Projects
This 31,000-square-foot high school addition is seamlessly integrated into the existing campus fabric while enhancing its functionality and aesthetics. To maintain a cohesive architectural harmony, meticulous attention was paid to detail in the tilt wall panel design. Each fenestration was thoughtfully placed to seamlessly match the existing school’s aesthetic, creating a harmonious blend that adds to the overall campus fabric. Each classroom features operable emergency escape windows and a discreet Shadow Zone design. Furthermore, the latest technology and teaching systems were integrated into each classroom, including touch screen televisions, digital tools, alerting systems, and integrated cameras to support modern teaching methods and enhance the learning experience.
Posted: June 28, 2023 | Projects
Designed to resist 130 mph hurricane forces, this fire station incorporates impactrated glazing, a double door system for the glass apparatus bay doors, and a fortified structural system. The 8,500-square-foot facility features living quarters for six full-time fighters, two pull-through bays with adjacent support areas, and space for the future addition of EMS apparatus and support. A weight room and additional storage area are located in the spaces between roof trusses, creating a second floor and maximizing the usable square footage of the facility.
Posted: June 21, 2023 | Projects
This 12,881-square_foot design-build renovation required significant demolition and reconstruction to be performed while the current operation of sales, management, and automobile repair services remained open. All sales and management of fices were demolished and re-built, as well as the parts department and service counter. The main showroom floor now boasts a larger floor plan with a 14-foot tall ceiling with floor-to-ceiling glass panes. The new customer service vehicle entry provides indoor drop-of f of cars for service and repairs. The parts mezzanine was renovated, and the service floor was resurfaced with an epoxy coating. What's more, the north entrance and driveway were regraded and resurfaced and a new storm water drainage system was installed.
CSUSB California State University San Bernardino, Dining Commons and Student Housing - San Bernardino, California
Posted: June 14, 2023 | Projects
The construction of the new student housing and dining commons on the east end of the Cal State San Bernardino campus was the largest single capital project in university history. The new dining commons is a two level, multi-faceted campus dining facility with a capacity of nearly 700 customers. The student housing development, with 416 beds, is the initial phase of a larger community that will be developed at CSUSB as enrollment grows. This project achieved LEED® Gold certification.