The $7.6-million dam rehabilitation project, completed within budget in 25 months, included a labyrinth spillway, seepage and filter protection, raising the elevation of the top of the dam and improving the control tower and lake drain system that regulate the water level.
Located within a former big-box department store, the natatorium features an eight-lane 50-meter-long competition pool, and a pair of three-lane 25-yd-long warm-up pools to support a variety of student swimming programs.
Located in the World War I-era National Guard Armory on the campus of Drexel University, the 76,000-sq-ft squash center brings the sport’s energy and activity front and center beneath the building’s distinctive arched roof trusses.
This $10-million project restored the Netherlands Carillon, which commemorates the U.S. role in liberating the Netherlands from Nazi Germany and the help provided to the country through The Marshall Plan.
Using an integrated project delivery method, the team renovated MEP systems serving more than 1 million sq ft in the occupied hospital’s duPont Pavilion that did not meet current National Electrical Code for emergency electrical distribution. The HVAC system had also exceeded its serviceable life.
The work of a unique partnership between contractor Foulger-Pratt and the NoMa Parks Foundation, the $66-million project involved the construction of a 327-unit, Class A, wood-framed apartment building in Northeast Washington, D.C., as well as the integration of the building with an adjacent park.