Posted: February 27, 2019 | Projects
This 19,118 square-foot facility was built at a cost of $180.66 per square foot (adjusted). The square ceiling “tent” structure over the entrance lobby is symbolic of the biblical welcoming tent. Faced with unfinished wood, the ceiling is reminiscent of historic Eastern European wood synagogue structures, and the subtle porcelain floor tile evokes the earthen tent floor. Jerusalem stone veneer travels from the building exterior into the lobby, appearing to be ruins of an ancient building. The wood ceiling became a fitting background for a local sculptor’s dramatic work of handcrafted glass and metal. The facility has LED lighting throughout, with specialty lighting to highlight meaningful art pieces displayed in the building.
Posted: February 20, 2019 | Projects
At a cost of $485,000, this 3,432 square-foot church and community center provides a flexible space that can accommodate large group Bible classes, fellowship meals, and even half-court basketball. It was built on a foundation of shallow spread footings with an 8” reinforced concrete block stem wall, and a concrete slab-on-grade. The exterior load bearing walls are constructed of 8” reinforced concrete block, and the roof is pre-manufactured wood trusses.
Posted: February 13, 2019 | Projects
Valleygate Dental Surgery Center is a single story, 13,498 square foot facility located in of Fayetteville, North Carolina . Focusing on pediatric services, it is the first dental only, surgery center constructed in North Carolina. It features four treatment rooms, two operating rooms, two procedure rooms, and space for future growth.
Posted: February 6, 2019 | Projects
The Diversity Health Center is a 11,972 square-foot building with one-story with a mechanical mezzanine and covered entry canopy. Advanced programming with the users resulted in a design which allows for future clinical growth by sizing administration uses to serve as examination spaces and provider/nurse stations when needs increase. The total cost of this project was $146.80 per square foot (ajusted to February 2019).
Posted: January 30, 2019 | Projects
This $19.7 million Science & Technology building houses the new Engineering Technology program at Southeastern Louisiana University. Many sustainable strategies have been integrated into the site design such as water efficient native vegetation, transportation orientation tactics, and high albedo concrete material for the site paving and roof surfaces to reduce the heat island effect. Polished concrete floors, low VOC emitting building products, and the use of regional materials further contribute to the building’s sensitivity to the environment.