The Moreland Village Outfitters Center and Social Club are the next major addition as Palmetto Bluff continues to expand its offerings with this master-planned community. Building on the success of the original Wilson Village established in 2005, Moreland Village is the second master-planned community within Palmetto Bluff.
Developer Crescent Communities partners with Lake Flato Architects of San Antonio, TX and 4240 Architecture from Denver, CO, for an integrated and collaborative approach on these two components of Moreland Village.
The 7,600-SF Outfitters Center is designed by Lake Flato Architects and comprised of a retail store, canteen/deli, classroom, real estate sales office, and adjacent maintenance building. 4240 Architects designs the 19,600-SF Social Club which includes two pools, amenities building, smoke house, bike rental barn, pool bar, tree house, bowling alley, restaurant, fitness center and service building.
Architectural features include cypress siding, exposed timber frame, boardwalks with IPE decking material, and antique reclaimed barn wood floors.
IMC Construction combined its healthcare and retail experience to complete this new design-build outpatient facility at the Exton Square Mall. Renovations were performed adjacent to occupied areas without any interruptions to mall operations. The facility includes a broad range of diagnostic and treatment services including Main Line Health family medicine physicians, obstetric and gynecology specialists, oncologists, pediatricians and other specialty physician practices, as well as physical therapy, imaging services, urgent care, cancer center and laboratory services.
The project is centrally located in the heart of the pedestrian-only 60 year-old campus. The buildings are woven into the landscape within inches of large live oaks, settled between the residential end of campus and the main student thoroughfare and drop-off area. The schedule was compressed to meet the needs of the school to be complete by opening day of the 2013-14 academic year. The artistic design, value management process, pre-purchase, and construction phasing and delivery logistics, all helped make the Dining Hall and Student Center project the “crown jewel” of the St. Stephen’s campus. The project received the ABC Excellence in Construction Eagle Award and a 2014 Texas Society of Architects Design Award.
Conceived out of the ashes of a gang-related arson, the Nancy P. Anschutz Center now houses the Jack A. Vickers Boys and Girls Club, as well as offices of the Prodigal Son Initiative, thereby providing new opportunities for the community surrounding the deserted arson site. The building is a one-story steel-and-timber frame structure of approximately 30,000 square feet.
The warm and welcoming facility includes a learning lab, tech lab, arts and crafts room, gymnasium and locker rooms, dining area and kitchen, games room, teen center, community room, conference room, and other associated spaces, as well as parking and landscaping.
This is Northeast Denver’s first ever Boys and Girls Club, offering compatible community services and giving kids a place to play sports, do homework, and participate in after-school programs. The Prodigal Son Initiative aims to prevent youth violence by providing mentorship and opportunities for young people. On this project, Saunders’ community outreach efforts included hiring local labor, providing job training, hosting a Children’s Art Festival, and several community BBQs during the construction process.
For Gottesman RTW Academy, a National Blue Ribbon School, IMC Construction built a new state-of-the-art facility that emphasizes sustainability. The new 17-acre campus exudes a green aesthetic. Birch trees planted between buildings bring the outdoors in, while glass walls allow visitors to see through the communal spaces and into the woods beyond.
The building also meets requirements for LEED Silver certification by incorporating rain gardens for storm water management, electric vehicle charging stations, and a full solar array producing more than 90 percent of the facility’s energy.
Housing more than 30,000 square feet of strategic research clusters related to the human brain, molecular biology, nanotechnology, and solar energy, LISB was constructed to allow for collaboration between varying disciplines of science a progressive and pioneering concept in science. In addition to the extensive research space, 46 faculty offices, 10 collaborative spaces, an imaging center that includes an fMRI, a basement and penthouse comprise this four-story LEED Platinum certified building.
IMC served as the general contractor for the new construction of this physician-owned surgical hospital in Royersford, Pennsylvania. The Physicians Care Surgical Hospital includes four operating rooms, 22 patient beds, recovery areas, waiting rooms, and administrative space.
The KeyBank projects consist of five (5) stand alone buildings, each 2,760 s.f., and totaling over $4 million.
Every facility is scheduled to be constructed in 4 1/2 months. High-end finishes throughout each bank include four (4) teller stations, restrooms, an employee lounge, a conference room, three (3) financial work stations, and three (3) drive up teller/ATM stalls. Saunders has constructed 50% of the new KeyBank branch projects in Colorado for 2003 and is scheduled to start two (2) additional locations by the end of the year.
In addition to the stand alone projects, Saunders has completed several bank T.I. projects located within existing King Soopers grocery stores.
This LEED Certified facility serves as Toyota’s chassis facility to support several of it’s NASCAR Nextel Cup Teams, such as Waltrip Racing, Team Red Bull, and Bill Davis Racing. The facility is comprised of Engineering Offices, General Shop and Specialty Testing Systems including 7 Post & 12 Post Test Rigs.
This treatment center offers a chemotherapy suite, radiation-oncology suite, shared waiting rooms, conference rooms, and a library. The linear accelerator is contained in a specially designed poured in-place-concrete vault with lead shielding for radiation protection. Other special features include a concrete vault used as radiation protection as well as lead shielding for radiation oncology equipment, automatic entrance doors, an open two-story waiting room, and open two-story conference rooms with suspended soffits housing audio visual equipment and an operable partition.