The Pritzker Military Archives Center, one of Helmut Jahn’s final designs, is a world-class research and archival facility, adding much needed space for the archival collection of the Pritzker Military Museum & Library.
As the largest single infrastructure project in Kansas City history, this $1.5-billion, 1.1-million-sq-ft design-build effort replaced a three-terminal facility to streamline airport operations and improve passenger experience.
To complete the major demolition and rehabilitation of this 100-year-old pump station, the project team replaced 36-in. and 42-in. discharge piping with a new loop piping arrangement, which included removing and replacing the concrete structure with new auger cast piles, slabs, walls and decking around this discharge piping.
With sustainability and historic preservation in mind, Pepper Construction transformed a turn-of-the-20th-century building that formerly was the site of a mattress factory into its regional Ohio office.
Located adjacent to the Kansas State University campus, the $1.25-billion National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility enables agencies to conduct comprehensive research, develop vaccines and provide enhanced diagnostic capabilities to protect against diseases that threaten the nation’s food supply and public health.