The Georgia International Convention Center includes 150,000 square feet of exhibition space, ballrooms, meeting facilities, a full-service kitchen, and banquet facilities, as well as on-grade parking for 2,500 vehicles.
A structured cabling including convention floor distribution for the convention center.
An access control system and high speed dome surveillance coverage of interior and exterior spaces including digital recording and archiving.
The Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre houses the 2,750 seat John A. Williams Theatre, and hosts touring Broadway shows, concerts, educational forums, family programs, and other special events. The building includes a 9,800 square foot banquet hall with a full-service kitchen, a ballroom, meeting rooms, production spaces, administrative offices, building services facilities, and a four level, 700 space parking structure.
Communications systems include a structured cabling system for the building.
Access control, video surveillance, and intercom systems.
This project is the recipient of the Best in Atlanta Real Estate Award, 2006 Design Winner from the Atlanta Business Chronicle, and an Award of Excellence – Cultural from Southeast Construction magazine’s Best of 2007 awards program. It has also received the Best of Assembly Forum Design Award from the International Interior Design Association’s (IIDA) Georgia chapter and the Gold Award in the 2008 Building Team Awards from Building Design+Construction magazine. It was named the 2008 Project of the Year by Urban Land Institute (ULI) Atlanta.
The North Carolina History Center and Mattocks Hall, a museum and visitors center serving as the entrance to the Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens, a colonial Governor’s Mansion and related sites. The museum includes two main exhibit areas, the Regional History Museum, a gallery that explores 300 years of North Carolina history, and the Pepsi Family Center housing the children’s interactive section of the museum. The museum also includes a 180 seat performance hall, a visitors center with interactive exhibits, a cafe overlooking the Trent River, and a gift shop. Sustainable features include an underground cistern to collect rainwater and air conditioning condensate for irrigation use, daylighting in circulation and exhibit spaces, lighting controls, and energy efficient mechanical systems.
Audio-visual systems for an exhibit theatre, including projection, building paging and background music system as well as audio reinforcement and video projection system for a 180 seat performance hall.
Exterior and interior lighting for exhibit spaces, retail areas, an auditorium and a cafe, as well as theatrical lighting for the performance hall.
Access control, video surveillance and intercom for the museum and visitors center.
Theatrical stage lighting and rigging systems for the auditorium.
The Ameris Bank Amphitheatre at Encore Park is a 7,000 seat outdoor venue hosting a variety of performances including headline concert tours, orchestral performances, and other types of theatrical productions. The covered area includes 4,750 fixed, stadium style seats, 46 box suites, and 2,058 removable seats. An additional 5,000 patrons can be seated outside on a lawn area surrounded by two plazas. Each plaza has a large food preparation building and seven food and beverage kiosks. Backstage areas of the amphitheatre include six guest artist dressing rooms, two large group dressing rooms, a greenroom, an orchestra lounge, a VIP area, and meet-and-greet rooms. Production and tour offices, crew facilities, and storage and service areas are also located on-site, as well as two restroom buildings. Approximately thirty-two acres are dedicated parking lots accommodating 2,600 vehicles.
Conduit systems for site distribution of Owner designed and installed communications and audio-visual cabling for the outdoor venue.
The Riley Park Club at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park is a luxury event space for baseball games, as well as weddings, meetings, and banquets. Walls of glass provide a 360-degree view of the ball field and the Ashley River Marsh. The space features lounge seating in the club, 100 padded, stadium-style seats outside, a drink rail overlooking the ball field, and a reclaimed wood floor. Riley Park is home to the minor league baseball team, the RiverDogs, as well as The Citadel baseball team.
Development of an RFP, bridging documents, and basic and enhanced commissioning for the expansion and renovation of the Charleston Civic Center Coliseum consisting of a 13,500 seat venue and a 30,500 square foot event space supporting sports events, trade shows, conventions, and attractions.
The Florence County Museum is a two story art, science and history museum located in the downtown Florence historic and cultural district. The facility includes permanent and rotating galleries, classrooms, support spaces, and a central courtyard for outdoor displays and events.
Integrated intrusion detection, access control, alarm monitoring, and video surveillance systems for a two story building including a natural history and art museum with 4,000 square feet of exhibit space. The systems meet ASIS museum security criteria, as well as of the requirements of the Smithsonian Institute to allow the loaning of exhibits to the museum.
Expansion and renovation of the three story Garden House, including a 4,000 square foot office addition with open office space, meeting rooms and restrooms, and the addition of the 6,000 square foot Café at Longleaf Restaurant with a servery, a full production and demonstration kitchen, a bar, and an outdoor patio. The 2,000 square foot renovation includes the existing café and restrooms and replacement of the HVAC system.
Awarded ENR Southeast’s 2017 Small Project Best Project.
This second phase of additions and renovations to the Georgia Museum of Art transforms the public face of the museum by roughly doubling the area of interior galleries and storage areas, enhancing spaces for art research, and adding a sculpture garden. The museum now displays a larger portion of the permanent collection, devote more space to traveling exhibits, accommodate a growing collection and staff size, and offer expanded programs to students and the larger community. This expansion anticipates the Phase III expansion to enclose the parking area beneath the new gallery for additional storage and/or gallery space.