Posted: November 26, 2019 | Projects
Heritage Oaks of Englewood, Florida, is a 118-unit assisted living community that includes a 32-unit memory care neighborhood, and is in close proximity to world-class healthcare, cultural venues, shopping, and fine dining. This 96,283-square-foot, one-of-a-kind community offers a luxurious lifestyle, with concierge services, chef-prepared meals, and housekeeping, without a large investment or long-term commitment. Various floor plans feature spacious one-bedroom and one-bath units as well as deluxe two-bedroom and two-bath units.
Posted: November 19, 2019 | Projects
The 30,132-square-foot church is actually six pre-engineered metal buildings put together. It includes a large central gathering space, a café, a 700-seat worship space, nursery, four classrooms, a multi-purpose room, and an office suite that contains a conference room, individual offices, a work room, and an open workstation area.
Posted: November 13, 2019 | Projects
This unique project consisted of renovating eighteen patient bathrooms at the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Loma Linda, CA. In total, approximately 5,056 square-feet of active medical space was renovated as part of the project scope of work.
Posted: November 1, 2019 | Projects
This new 217,353 square-foot, two-story building serves the 1,095 PreK-12 students in the Holbrook, Massachusetts School District. Built at an (adjusted) cost of $361.08 per square foot, the school houses two cafeterias and a 320-seat auditorium, as well as two larger gymnasiums with divisible basketball courts and 500-seat bleachers, new baseball and softball fields, and a new synthetic turf multi-purpose field, and running track for both school and community use.
Posted: October 30, 2019 | Projects
This newly constructed contemporary home was built on a narrow lot in an urban neighborhood of mostly 100+ year old houses. Though the 2,472-square-foot structure features a modern design on both the exterior and the interior, it still manages to fit into the fabric of the historic neighborhood as though it had always been there. The design of the home is defined by the long narrow urban lot, measuring 20’ wide by 60’ deep. The form of the house is basically a rectangular, 3-story box with a simple shed roof.