Corporate and Commercial
Relationships are the foundation of our business. While serving the building design and construction industry over four decades, we have developed client relationships built on trust…a result of our expertise and approach, including our ability to understand, anticipate, and deliver on industry-specific demands. We continue to focus on market sectors that best align with our skill set and approach, enabling project success and mutually beneficial relationships.
Greenway Tech Centre
Adaptive Re-use – Engineering design for a major adaptive re-use urban redevelopment project. An existing cigar warehouse was converted into a LEED Silver Certified technology building with loft style offices. The historic building is complemented by a high-tech addition for vertical transportation, access, restrooms, and utilities. The total project square footage was approximately 60,000.
Office IT Upgrade – Major project to upgrade and replace the Information Technology (IT) systems throughout three buildings, encompassing more than 1.7 million square feet. The scope included selective demolition, new walls, floors, and ceilings, provision of card access to every room, and improvements to the IT infrastructure including new Category 6A cabling, outlets, patch panels, switches, racks, and cable trays throughout the three buildings on the campus. MEP systems were also modified, as required. The buildings house offices, research & design laboratories, clean manufacturing areas, and general manufacturing spaces.Common Area Enhancement – Engineering in support of an employee amenity upgrade project that included two employee dining areas. ings Courtroom was retained while the historic Courtroom No. 2 was converted into a County Commissioners Meeting Room. The project received two national awards and several regional awards, and was the City of York’s first LEED certified building and Central Pennsylva- nia’s first LEED certified historic rehabilitation project.York County Human Services Center – The original project entailed conversion of 110,000 sq. ft. former department store into offices for thirteen county agencies. Subsequently we were commissioned to design a complete renovation of the space to house different county agencies, bring the building up to current codes, upgrade and re- place all existing systems, and provide new building security components. The floor structures on each level were also reinforced.
Ronald McDonald House
Family Short Term Residence Facility – Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering for a new 6-story (8-level with 2 below grade) facility with 65 guest rooms, dining room, living rooms, laundry, and meeting space. The building was designed to obtain LEED Silver certification.
Wills Wharf Office Building & Canopy Hotel
New Mixed-Use Tower – Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering for a new 400,000 sq. ft. mixed use building comprising 12-story building and 85-car parking structure in the Harbor Point development of Baltimore. The complex includes a 157-key hotel and was designed to obtain LEED Gold certification.
Historic Hotel Renovation -Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing for an 11-story, 200,000 sq. ft. hotel originally built in 1925 and expanded in 1957.The project includes modernization of 125 guest rooms, upgrade of lobby and ballroom, addition of a rooftop terrace event space, development of a full service restaurant, and a two-level parking providing parking for 65 cars.