Corporate Office Campus Features Twin Buildings With State-Of-The-Art Design
The Belvoir Corporate Campus in Springfield, Virginia was completed in 2014. The campus was designed with the intent of creating a state-of-the-art office complex in a prime Northern Virginia defense corridor. The campus is positioned between Fort Belvoir and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and is meant to attract government tenants, contractors or other similar organizations.
The Many Facets Of Modern Corporate Hospitality Design
Hospitality has a lot in common with other user-focused markets including education, residential and even medical buildings. User-influenced designs enable the visitor, the tenant, or the patient, to be the focus of the interior and exterior design elements. Often these elements include communicative spaces, sustainable attributes, daylighting and an aesthetically pleasing exterior façade.
Mixed-Use Residential Complex Blends Into Established Streetscape With Adaptive Façade
Completed in Fall 2016, West of Chestnut is a unique mixed-use residential complex. Developer Gate Residential with investor Quincy Mutual Fire Insurance spearheaded the nearly $30 million project with the help of general contractors Dellbrook Construction. The 169-unit apartment complex contains 15,000 square feet of ground level retail space.
Team Collaborates To Create State-Of-The-Art YMCA Facility In New Hampshire
The 33,000 square-foot YMCA facility in Exeter, NH was a collaborative effort between Bruce Ronayne Hamilton Architects (BRHA), the general contractors at Jewett Construction, structural engineers Summit Engineering, and civil engineers Altus Engineers. As a nonprofit, community donations, corporate sponsors and a construction loan from the Bank of New Hampshire generously funded the construction.
Midwest School Displays Signature Colored And Modern Exterior Design
Kearney High School in Nebraska was designed by the architects at Wilkins ADP using a “Small Learning Community (SLC)” format which provides shared spaces to encourage problem solving and collaboration between students. The architects explain, “The building layout is designed to provide natural daylighting to as many instructional spaces as possible and provide a separation between the academic focused part of the building and the more public and community focused part of the building.”