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Castleton State College: Dining Hall Renovations
March 17, 2017

Castleton State College: Dining Hall Renovations

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Huden Dining Hall Renovations

Castleton, Vermont

Project Type: Education
  • OWNER: Vermont State Colleges
  • ARCHITECT: JMZ Architects
  • DELIVERY METHOD: CM

This project involved a small addition and renovations to 10,106 SF of dining space. Work, which was completed during summer recess, was performed while the space remained partially occupied. The kitchen had to remain operational throughout renovations. Work included the installation of new finishes, a vestibule, lighting and HVAC.

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BMH: Richards Building Addition & Renovations
March 9, 2017

BMH: Richards Building Addition & Renovations

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Richards Building Addition & Renovations

Brattleboro, Vermont

Project Type: Health Care
  • OWNER: Brattleboro Memorial Hospital
  • ARCHITECT: Williams & Frehsee
  • DELIVERY METHOD: CM

Three story outpatient building addition (36,000 SF). Work included the installation of a smooth insulated metal panel system and drive-through canopy at the first floor level, radiology and fit-up for future MRI.

We completed renovations, approximately 6,500 SF, over three phases, all while the hospital remained fully operational.

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Lyndon State College: Academic & Activities Center
November 29, 2016

Lyndon State College: Academic & Activities Center

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Lyndon State College: Academic & Activities Center

Lyndonville, Vermont

Project Type: Education and Green Building
  • OWNER: Vermont State Colleges
  • ARCHITECT: Smith, Alvarez, Sienkiewycz, Architects
  • DELIVERY METHOD: CM

The Academic and Student Activity Center, 30,985 SF, is home to Lyndon’s Atmospheric Sciences, Business Administration and Exercise Science programs. The building also provides a multi-purpose student activity space. The project received LEED Gold certification. Efficiency Vermont Awards include Superior Energy Efficiency, Responsible Use of Energy Resources (supporting the well-being of building occupants) Merit Award (Commercial New Construction).

“Ben, just heard the news that our building achieved LEED Gold! Wow! We are very excited. I thank you and your crew for a fabulous job. Everyone walking through is wowed. I still get a thrill giving tours. Thanks for a great job!”
– Carol Moore, Lyndon State College

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Woodstock Inn: Spa
November 29, 2016

Woodstock Inn: Spa

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Spa at the Woodstock Inn

Woodstock, Vermont

Project Type: Green Building and General
  • OWNER: Woodstock Inn
  • ARCHITECT: Asfour Guzy Architects
  • DELIVERY METHOD: CM

This project involved a new addition totaling 10,212 SF plus 3,000 SF of interior alterations. The Spa is elegant but understated – “a celebration of light, nature and harmony” – according to a spokesperson for the Woodstock Inn. It combines simple, green design concepts with state-of-the-art facilities, including a full-service salon, 10 treatment rooms, an outdoor hot soaking pool, a Scandinavian-style sauna, fire pit, and meditation tree. Design/build MEP. This project is LEED-certified.

“A great deal of precision planning and thoughtful care went into the creation of this beautiful facility, upholding the high service standards that reflect the hallmarks of Laurance and Mary Rockefeller and their legacy.”

-Werner Graef, President and General Manager, Woodstock Inn

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Champlain College: Communications & Creative Media Center
November 29, 2016

Champlain College: Communications & Creative Media Center

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Communications & Creative Media Center at Champlain College

Burlington, Vermont

Project Type: Education
  • OWNER: Champlain College
  • ARCHITECT: Colin Lindberg Architects
  • DELIVERY METHOD: CM

Work included creating a 70,000 SF multi-purpose building with classroom, office, meeting and events spaces, cafe, kitchen, and interior and exterior dining spaces. Heating and cooling is primarily provided by the campus’ geothermal system. This project followed Green Globe Guidelines and is Green Globes certified.

The Communications & Creative Media Center won a Vermont Public Places Awards. This awards program recognizes special public spaces, the corridors that connect them, or networks of public spaces which have been defined or enriched by planning or design, as well as regulations that promote positive public uses and benefits.

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NVRH: Addition & Alterations
November 29, 2016

NVRH: Addition & Alterations

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Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital: Addition & Alterations

St. Johnsbury, Vermont

Project Type: Health Care
  • OWNER: Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital
  • ARCHITECT: Fleck & Lewis Architects
  • DELIVERY METHOD: CM

Work involved storm water retention and a two story addition to provide space for Radiology and IT Departments. The new addition was followed by multi-phased interior renovations including space for Day Surgery. Scope included 19,551 SF (new) and 15,596 SF (alterations).

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Veterans Affairs: Outpatient Clinic Fit-Up
November 29, 2016

Veterans Affairs: Outpatient Clinic Fit-Up

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Outpatient Clinic Fit-Up

Littleton, New Hampshire

Project Type: Health Care
  • OWNER: Veterans Affairs
  • ARCHITECT: Smith, Alvarez, Sienkiewycz, Architects
  • DELIVERY METHOD: CM

This is a community-based outpatient clinic, 10,000, SF, for veterans in Grafton County. This was a team effort with AHEAD, the VA Medical Center in White River Jct., VT and Smith, Alvarez, Sienkiewycz, Architects.

Speaking of the project team, Deborah Amdur, Director at White River Jct., VA Medical Center said:

“What a wonderful place they have created.”

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Copley Hospital: Utility Plant Expansion
November 29, 2016

Copley Hospital: Utility Plant Expansion

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Utility Plant Expansion

Morrisville, Vermont

Project Type: Health Care
  • OWNER: Copley Hospital
  • ARCHITECT: Freeman French Freeman
  • DELIVERY METHOD: CM

Replacement of a 50 year old heating and cooling system. Patient care was not interrupted while two new 300 horsepower boilers (one for operations and one for back-up to assure patient safety) were built to accommodate boiler maintenance and components replacement.

The facility (1,580 SF) combines glazing systems and is complemented with an insulated metal panel skin. The project also enabled Copley to improve the image of their service entry and insulate the south side of the health center building’s perimeter.

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Lamoille View Apartments
November 29, 2016

Lamoille View Apartments

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Lamoille View Apartments

Morrisville, Vermont

Project Type: Housing and Historic
  • OWNER: Housing Vermont
  • ARCHITECT: S2 Architecture
  • DELIVERY METHOD: CM

This project consisted of renovations to 25 units. Work included energy efficiency upgrades and the installation of a new elevator. All work was accomplished while the building remained occupied. Work included preserving historic details.

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Wind NRG Systems: Addition
November 29, 2016

Wind NRG Systems: Addition

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Wind NRG Systems, Addition

Hinesburg, Vermont

Project Type: Green Building and General
  • OWNER: Wind NRG Systems
  • ARCHITECT: Maclay Architects
  • DELIVERY METHOD: CM

Manufacturing and administrative space addition (31,474 SF). All aspects of the construction were given extensive review to achieve very high energy conservation. Examples – solar trackers, roof mounted photovoltaic systems, geothermal wells and a well sealed envelope. Water quality and water savings are achieved through dual-flush toilets, ground source cooling and effective storm water management.  Earth-friendly and healthy materials include low and no VOC adhesives, concrete flooring and sustainably harvested wood furniture. Excellent indoor air quality comes from natural ventilation and operable windows, indoor plants and low and no VOC materials.

This project received LEED Gold certification and an Efficiency Vermont Better Buildings by Design award, First Place Large Buildings.

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