Posted: May 28, 2019 | Projects
Constructed within the City of Noblesville's 200-acre Finch Creek Park, and built at an (adjusted) cost of $90.69 per square foot, the Finch Creek Fieldhouse is a 142,298 square-foot structure that provides area residents with access to a state-of-the art training, practice and game facility for a wide variety of sports. The fieldhouse is comprised of a Nucor pre-engineered metal building in two sections. The south half of the facility features 28’-4” eave heights and provides a minimum of 25’ clear height at the perimeter. The north half of the building has 43’-6” eaves providing approximately 39’ clear height at the perimeter. The maximum height of the building is 64 feet.
Posted: May 22, 2019 | Projects
At a cost of $118.34 per square foot (adjusted) the Newton Community School District relocated their administrative services to a renovated abandoned grocery store, which had served the Newton, Iowa community for many decades. After a total renovation and transformation, the 21,472-square-foot building now serves as the school district’s administration and educational hub. It contains administrative staff offices, a large conference room, and support spaces for the district. The main public entrance parallels with the street and uses the existing canopy structure which is a distinct feature to the original design.
Posted: May 15, 2019 | Projects
The Tru Fit Athletic Club in Fort Collins, Colorado, is a 27,701-square-foot fitness facility featuring a spinning room, group exercise classrooms, a Kids Club, sales area, and large support spaces with locker rooms, showers, a sauna and restrooms. From the lobby, an open staircase allows access to the second floor. Upon exiting the stairs one is greeted with several fitness choices, including free weights, circuit equipment, functional training, and cardio units.
Posted: May 8, 2019 | Projects
Built at an adjusted cost of $202.77 per square foot, this 3,975 square-foot restaurant features an outdoor patio, polished concrete floors, a combination of rustic and contemporary light fixtures, and wood accents that complement the light-colored walls and tiled backsplashes.
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.