Joint Health Sciences Center at Rowan University Rutgers-Camden
The Joint Health Sciences Center at Rowan University Rutgers-Camden is a 98,000 square foot mixed use higher education building designed to serve multiple institutions including The Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, Rutgers University, Camden County College, and The Rowan University Rutgers-Camden Board of Governors (RURCBOG). The project is located at the corner of Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd and Broadway in Camden, New Jersey and was completed in the Spring of 2019.
JBJ Soul Homes (Project HOME)
JBJ Soul Homes is a four-story mixed-use development including retail, offices, apartments, and supportive services for the formerly homeless and low-income individuals. The building is located on a unique triangular site at the intersection of Broad Street, Fairmount and Ridge Avenues in Philadelphia, PA. The project was developed by Project H.O.M.E. and People for People, Inc. – non-profits that provide Philadelphia’s most vunerable and economically-challenged population with services and affordable housing to help break the generational cycle of homelessness and poverty.
Atlantic Cape Community College
The Atlantic Cape Community College (ACCC) Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) building is a two-story plus mechanical penthouse structure. The first and second floors have a combined area of 28,250 square feet and the mechanical penthouse is 14,662 square feet. Spaces in the building consist of:
- Biology, Chemistry and Anthropology Labs
- Computer Classrooms including space for a FAA simulator trainer
- Faculty Offices
- Conference and Collaborative Spaces
- Lounges and Food Service
- Rooftop Astronomy Platform
This building was designed and documented using Autodesk Revit Structure (BIM) in collaboration with the project Architect and MEP Engineer. Structural analysis and design were performed using Bentley RAM Structural System.
Yacht Club of Stone Harbor
Original construction on the Stone Harbor Yacht Club was completed for the Stone Harbor Realty Company in 1911. The club is located on the bay in Stone Harbor on Sunset Drive near 89th Street. After original construction was complete, the Club operated for approximately 18 years but eventually failed at the start of the Great Depression.
However, later in 1929 a small group of men reorganized the club as The Yacht Club of Stone Harbor by selling proprietary memberships. Over the past 108 years the club has been run as a membership facility with dining facilities, social events, and host to many destination weddings. Since its inception, the original building has undergone many additions and renovations to become the 13,800 square foot facility as it is today. The existing building is predominately a wood framed one and two story structure with a sand crawl space below many of the spaces on the first floor. Steel framing was used in some of the previous additions and renovations to provide larger open spaces required for dining and ballrooms. The existing foundation for the building is comprised of a mix of conventional concrete spread footings and timber pile supported foundations.
Axiom Urban Spaces, Cambridge, Massachusetts
The project is comprised of a 126,000 square foot, 6-story, 115 unit apartment building. The building is located on First Street in the heart of East Cambridge approximately 1/2 mile from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus. The building is comprised of a 5-story wood framed bearing wall structure with open web wood floor and roof trusses above a steel framed podium structure with a mixed-use occupancy. A parking garage with accommodations for ninety vehicles is located in the basement. The foundations for the building are comprised of a mixed system of secant pile bearing walls and conventional spread footings.
The Verge Cincinnati
The Verge, is a 245,000 square foot apartment building with 495 beds within 178 apartment units and 385 parking spaces designed to serve students attending The University of Cincinnati. This building is located at the corner of West McMillan Street and West Clifton Avenue just one block from the University’s main campus. The project attained LEED Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council upon completion.