A sampling of our project experience:
This project consisted of modernization and renovations to the 4th grade classrooms. The scope of work included flooring, ceiling, paint, lighting, electrical and plumbing modifications, and new casework. All other classrooms receive new paint, whiteboards, and touchscreen technology.
A new 20,000 square foot commercial call center for the Crutchfield Corporation. Structure was built on top of an existing warehouse facility and included new structure, interior fit out, and associated site work and infrastructure.
New 60,000 square foot addition and 30,000 square foot renovation of Monacan High School in Chesterfield County, Virginia. Additions to the building included a new fine arts wing as well as a new music production lab. Connected to the new fine arts wing is a new athletic space including a new six-court gymnasium, tennis courts, and athletic training facility. The renovations included a new main entry, administrative offices, and library.
Renovation of 3,900 sq ft, six bedroom, 4.5 bath home built in 1933. Work included asbestos abatement, exterior repairs, foundation waterproofing, painting, refinishing floors, new kitchen and baths, new electrical wiring, new plumbing and HVAC.
A 62,000 square foot advanced manufacturing research facility including a 16,000 square foot high bay, dry/computer labs, offices, conference rooms, and support space. CCAM gives its members the capability to explore new manufacturing techniques around industrial coatings and tooling, as well as other specialty machining processes.
Clark-LeClair Stadium, which arguably rates as one of the top collegiate baseball facilities in the nation, is the home of the East Carolina University baseball team. The design provides a seating capacity of 3,000 permanent seats and can accommodate up to 2,000 additional seats for tournaments. Features include an indoor and outdoor batting cages, a VIP booth, picnic areas, coaches' offices, and a video scoreboard. Player amenities include a spacious clubhouse, locker room, and training room.
UVA’s Outpatient Surgery Center and Outpatient Children’s Hospital Clinics are united in this campus gateway building. The design organizes 36 specialty clinics into interdisciplinary, multi-functional care neighborhoods. Complimentary clinics are conveniently collocated so that multiple caregivers can attend to patients in one place, rather than requiring patients to go from one clinic to another.
Renovation of multiple 2nd and 3rd generation office spaces including IT, AV infrastructure, SCIF spaces, conference rooms, and reception areas.