Company Headquarters Modern Expansion Features Metal Enveloped Façade
With the growth of their company, particularly the Internet services division, Midwest Energy sought an updated facility. The result was a 129,000 square-foot facility in Cassopolis, Michigan. The 82-acre site meets the needs of the company by providing a two-story office complex, a warehouse, vehicle and material storage facilities and a maintenance building.
LEED Silver Gymnasium Boasts Beautiful Glass And Metal Exterior Design
The ICC CougarPlex LEED Silver athletic facility was built in 2011. The project consisted of a 54,000 square-foot addition and a 9,000 renovation of an existing 1970s gymnasium. The old gymnasium coined the “Lo-Ram”, an abbreviation for the Lorene Ramsey Gymnasium, received a makeover at its home at Illinois Central College. The over 15 million dollar project was spearheaded by the architects at PSA Dewberry and the general contractors at Leander Construction.
Small Mixed Use Residential Property Wows Allston/Brighton Neighborhood With Metal And Brick Facade
The small mixed-use residential space at 442 Cambridge Street in Allston, MA was once the site of a popular karaoke studio, the DoReMi. The plans for the site were filed with the Boston Redevelopment Authority where the proposal by the Arcand Family/Allston LLC sought to demolish the nearly two-decade-old studio. Additionally, the proposal included a small residential property that was used for office space to make way for the new 50,000 square-foot building.
Brick Masonry On New Hotel Juxtaposed With Metal Components Fabricated By CEI Materials
The Residence Inn in Braintree, MA opened in the spring of 2017. Designed by hospitality gurus, Group One Partners, the six-story hotel is Braintree’s seventh hotel and seeks to attract new visitors. The hotel, with the brand recognition of the Marriott name, blends seamlessly into the current business environment in Braintree.
Crowe Hall Marks First New Academic Construction In Decades With Custom Metal Components
Crowe Hall, named after the Merrimack College Board Chairman Michael and Kerridan Crowe, is the college’s first academic building in three decades, describes an article in the Boston Real Estate Times (BRET). The last new academic construction was in 1989, making the construction of Crowe Hall at Merrimack College a momentous occasion.