New construction of a total 44,360 SF for two buildings on a greenfield ten-acre site. One two-story, 100% conditioned building of conventional steel frame with block and glass enclosure for the showroom, sales and office space to include a drive through covered service drop off area. One single story, 88% conditioned, pre-engineered structure with block, glass and overhead door enclosed for the Quick Lane services and general service area. This service area included six Quick Lane bays and 26 Service bays.
A new 11,800 SF single-story 12-bay automotive service building built on a green field site. The 12-bay automotive service building is located adjacent to the existing Bozard Ford Lincoln Dealership in St. Augustine.
Improvements and renovations on the property of the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens included a new bulkhead and restoration of the historic Olmsted Gardens on the St. Johns River, the reconstruction of the guest parking lot, including landscaping and hardscape at the west side of the campus, and the beautification of the front lawn of the Museum including the side yard at Art Connections and the restoration of the Upper Olmsted Gardens. This was completed while the Museum remained open to the public.
The Park is Location on the St. Johns River in Riverside, in one of the most historic neighborhoods in Jacksonville. The project consisted of the conservation and restoration of the 20-foot-tall WWI Life Monument sculpture and fountain, plus restoration the pool basin, walls and repair of the circulating water system, new lighting for the basin, hardscape, landscape, irrigation and precast railings. The memorial was designed in 1923 by the Olmsted Brothers, cast by McGann & Sons Company of Boston and dedicated to the City of Jacksonville in 1924.
The College of Health & Science on the Jacksonville University campus is a ground up two-story 30,000 SF building with six classrooms, forty faculty offices, speech pathology suite, nursing simulation, faculty and student lounges, computer learning center, two conference rooms and public study space for the students.
The Marine Science Building is a ground up two-story construction building approximately 32,000 SF located on the bank of the St. Johns River. The building achieved a LEED Silver Certification. Approximately 18,500 SF of the 32,000 SF is conditioned space. The building handles the sailing program, marine science program, offices for the St. Johns River Keeper, Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, flex/lab space and MSRI staff offices, library, meeting rooms and break rooms. The second floor opens out to a covered locking deck that looks out over the St. Johns River.
Renovation of the seventeen-story, 207-unit Senior Living Apartments for those of age 62+. A non-profit, professionally managed HUD section 8 apartment providing affordable efficiencies, one-bedroom apartments and ADA units to seniors. The renovations include ADA apartment conversions, new kitchens and bathrooms, new hot master heating system, new roof, exterior painting and water proofing, a community room addition, fitness room, library and management office renovation in a 95% occupied building.
Renovation to the eleven-story, 101 unit Senior Living Community, HUD apartment building near downtown Orlando. The occupied building renovations include new windows, kitchen cabinets, counter tops, appliances, bathroom showers, vanities and sinks and HVAC. Improved and updated entry area, community room, administration area, kitchen and community restrooms. Interior and exterior painting along with new security, roofing and landscaping.
A new construction ground up 35,000 SF single story building with support facilities and access that meets all Nursing Home ACHA requirements. The project includes all associated Civil Engineering and site work, (expansion of an existing pond, extension of existing utilities, roadway, parking, landscape, etc.) and the Nursing Home. The new building is to be designed and built to accommodate a total of forty-two private rooms and four semi private suites, for a total of 50 beds. The support facilities will include the chapel, kitchen, laundry, therapy, dinning/activity area, visitation, administration and Staff. CMS Group provided design and preconstruction services. Renderings and permission by Sauer Inc. and Pond & Company Architect.
A 22,000 SF, three phase project which included the renovation of the administrative wing, guest kitchen, children’s play area, bathroom areas, dining and food storage area. Plus, the addition of a three-story building with 24 new suites, a roof top garden, and interactive stair tower, all constructed while facility operations for families with sick children continued uninterrupted.
A three-story, 50-unit Senior Living Community, HUD apartment building in Port Charlotte, Florida. Centrally located and easy access to public transportation and the city’s rich cultural and outdoor natural resources. The renovations include complete renovations of the kitchens and bathrooms, an addition and a community room renovation in a 100% occupied building.
Christ Episcopal Church of Ponte Vedra – Phase I
The Church seeks to complete a three-phase project to include 20,200 SF of renovation to their existing facilities, 21,000 SF of new building construction, and 12,000 SF of related building demolition along with accompanying site work. Phase I, the ELC Building and classrooms are complete. The work was completed on an active campus and all construction efforts need to not interfere with onsite day-to-day activity and ministries.
A 12,000 SF new building for the school with classrooms, library, computer center, and a cafeteria/kitchen renovation and addition. The project also included the addition of fire sprinklers in the older school buildings.
A 30,790 SF Parish Family Center and State Road 13 turn lane widening project. The new ground up building includes a High School size basketball gymnasium, kitchen, locker room, six class rooms, five meeting rooms and support room.
A 20,000 SF construction on a greenfield site of a parish hall, school offices, computer lab and media center. The building consisted of steel frame with a wood truss roof structure, block walls with brick and stucco façade.