Posted: May 3, 2019 | Projects
At an adjusted cost of $146.80 per square foot, Studio Four Design, a Knoxville, Tennessee-based architect and Leon Williams Contractors, a Maryville, Tennessee-based commercial design-build firm, renovated an existing 35,000-square foot bowling alley, restaurant, and arcade into a new church facility. They then worked as a design-build team to develop the design of the phase three auditorium. In addition to a 1,200-seat dynamic worship environment, this new facility includes a café, connect center, pastor’s office suite, fellowship space, a new unique baptistery located within the large lobby.
Posted: April 29, 2019 | Projects
The Koch 33 Toyota Dealership was one of the first new Toyota North America Prototype Dealerships developed in Pennsylvania. At an adjusted cost of $157.14 per square foot, the 56,765-square-foot LEED certified dealership includes a showroom, state-of-the-art service area, parts room, training center, waiting lounge and Starbucks coffee bar.
Posted: April 24, 2019 | Projects
Oaks at Ashton Hills is a new 66,694 square-foot Senior Living assisted living and memory care community in Covington, Georgia. Built at a cost of $9.7 million, it offers plenty of residential amenities such as state-of-the-art emergency call and smoke/fire systems, a community dining facility, in-house housekeeping and laundry services as well as dental and podiatrist services. There are also private studio apartments with all utilities and free Wi-Fi included.
Posted: April 17, 2019 | Projects
At an adjusted cost of $191.33 per square foot, this 188,944-square-foot operations center and warehousing facility was designed to enable the Lenoir City Utilities Board (LCUB) of Lenoir City, Tennessee to consolidate their electric, gas, water, and wastewater services. At the heart of the facility lies a state-of-the-art operations dispatch center including a data center with biometric security and other Tier III design features. From here, operations can monitor, control, and dispatch crews to handle utility outages, disruptions, cancellations and/or installations.
Posted: April 10, 2019 | Projects
This 22,776 square-foot dormitory was built at a cost of $8.2 million. It houses 60 deaf or hearing-impaired students, ages 6-18. Many of the students also have low vision, which required developing thoughtful design strategies for both the interior and exterior. Through collaboration and engagement the Kodet Architectural Group designed a welcoming space for students to live, learn, and interact