New one-story 15,000 square foot intergenerational center brings Kupuna and Keiki together to share mutually enriching experiences on special occasions. Intergenerational activities include cultural celebrations, music, and arts and crafts. This newest program of St. Francis Healthcare System of Hawaii offers shared experiences for the young and the old, and convenience for households with both. Has a "green" component with the installation of photovoltaic (PV) panels to pare down on the cost of electricity, low-flow plumbing fixtures and high-efficiency air conditioning systems. A full-service commercial kitchen to scaled-down toilets for the preschool children to play-area furniture and specialty dropped ceiling tiles in the classrooms that had fishes, kites, balloons and birds embossed on the surface.
Construction of an 88,000 SF cast-in-place (post-tension) concrete sports complex to include 2 basketball courts, competition swimming pool, 4 squash courts, wrestling room, weight training facility & ancillary classrooms, locker rooms and alumnae accommodations. Extensive site work on a tight campus yielded both natural and artificial turf fields with stadium seating for football and track & field. This project was completed over 2 school years and included coordination of construction progress with student activities.
Multi-phase renovation was performed on this magnificent Philadelphia landmark on the Schuylkill River. The project involved reclamation of the seawall for construction of an Interpretative Center, construction of a 200 seat restaurant, rehabilitation of the promenade, walks, and all building facades. Restoration of Historic Engine House.
Construction of the Interpretive Center included interactive, high-tech exhibits, bold graphics, a laboratory and auditorium that and will attract 100,000 visitors yearly. Reviewed by National Park Service, Pennsylvania State Preservation Office and Fairmount Park Commission.
A Complete interior and exterior renovation of the University Of Pennsylvania’s historic Silverman Hall. Exterior rehabilitation met the Secretary of the Interior Standards for certified historic structures and included window replacement, facade restoration, new entrances, slate roof and copper gutters, reconstructed piers and new ornamental iron fencing. Interior improvements included plaster restoration, terrazzo flooring, new common area finishes, new state-of-the-art mock court room, student conference and study areas, and new classrooms. Construction progress was phased and coordinated with Law School class schedule and exams.