Case Studies Project

Jefferson Center – O’Brien Architects

Located in the fast-growing Dallas-Fort Worth area, Jefferson Center is a multifamily residential development by JPI. A three-story Class A development situated on 30 acres in Richardson, Texas, Jefferson Center features 360 walk-up style units spread across 12 distinct buildings. As the nation’s second fastest-growing metropolitan area with more than 140,000 new residents since 2015, […]

Park Square at Seven Oaks – Wallace & Smith General Contractors

Located in Bakersfield, California, Park Square at Seven Oaks is one of the newest luxury multifamily residential developments from Fuller Apartment Homes. Built by Bakersfield-based Wallace and Smith General Contractors, the development’s 224 units are spread out across 16 individual, two-story buildings, giving each resident a sense of privacy while providing a full slate of […]

Yellowstone Hall – SMA Architects

In 2016, Montana State University (MSU) added a 120,000-square-foot coed freshman residence hall to its Bozeman, Montana, campus. Yellowstone Hall is a 400-bed facility with a unique design that encompasses updated single, double and semi-suite style room layouts. The new building will also include amenities such as resident and staff meeting spaces, collaborative academic work […]

Rizzo Conference Center Phase III – Shelco

Owned by the University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler School of Business, the Rizzo Conference Center is an executive development facility featuring world-class accommodations and amenities. First built in 1996 by Shelco, one of the Southeast’s largest privately owned contracting companies, the center recently went through its third major renovation and expansion. Located on a verdant, […]

Augusta Cyber Works – Cape Augusta Digital Properties LLC

With intent of innovation in the data center wholesale market, Cape Augusta Digital Properties LLC in Evans, Georgia, is planning to develop the Sibley Textile Mill site into a major regional data center for the Southeast. The venture will be known as Augusta Cyber Works part one. Cape Augusta will make a considerable investment with […]

Borough of Chambersburg Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade – The ARRO Group

Serving the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, as well as the surrounding townships of Hamilton, Green and Guilford, The Borough of Chambersburg Wastewater Treatment Plant (CWTP) was in need of an upgrade to accommodate future growth of the surrounding communities and to provide enhanced treatment. With construction beginning in August 2013, the project is slated for […]

Vassar Science Project/Sanders Physics – Meyer Contracting Corporation

When Henry Sanders died in 1921, he left $150,000 to Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, to construct a physics building in his name. Sanders Physics, completed in 1926, continued Vassar’s tradition of scientific excellence with its state-of-the-art equipment and facilities. The home to the department of physics, astronomy and computer science recently underwent a […]

National Museum of African American History and Culture

A project 13 years in the making, the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) was established by an act of Congress in 2003 to celebrate African American history while recognizing the unique hardships and cultural contributions that encompass the African American experience. Scheduled to open in late September 2016 the NMAAHC is […]

Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine Classroom Expansion – Welliver

The Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) is one of just 30 veterinary colleges in the country. Located at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, the Veterinary Medical Center is currently made up of seven buildings covering some 15 acres. These facilities include the Cornell University Hospital for Animals, research facilities and offices. While these […]

Oconto County Law Enforcement Facility – The Samuels Group

Due to an increasing inmate population, officials of Oconto County, Wisconsin, approved the construction of a new correctional facility after recognizing the potential need 15 years ago. With groundbreaking taking place in August 2015 and completion slated for July 2017, Oconto County Law Enforcement Facility (LEC) is a 148-bed new construction project, which will also […]

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