The project consists of extensive site work, site utility and stormwater management systems, a multi-story 54,720 square foot community center, and a 49,120 square foot underground parking structure.This project is on schedule to achieve LEED Platinum and NetZero status.
Architect: Cox Graae + Spack Architects
The new facility will have Multi-Purpose Rooms, Gymnasium, Fitness Room,
Kitchen, Indoor & Outdoor Storage Spaces and Toilets. Work included painting of
interior drywall and high performance coatings.
This Department of Parks and Recreation project consists of 8,400 SF a new construction building, an extensive site plan including new basketball courts, bioretention ponds, and the renovation of a 2 mile nature trail. Work included painting of interior drywall and high performance coatings on exterior steel columns.
Architect: Lemay Erickson Willcox
This historic Engine House was built in 1932 with a total usable floor area of 26,460 sq. ft. on 3 stories and a partial basement. Work included painting of interior drywall, steel, CMU and exterior 85’ cupola, removal and reapplication of resinous flooring in the fire truck Apparatus Bay, and applying wallcovering.
The Benning Stoddert recreation center modernization includes: a large multi- purpose space; expansion to a competition-sized gymnasium; co-op meeting space; larger locker rooms; increased storage; administrative offices for facility staff and coaches; a computer room; expansion as necessary of Men’s and Women’s restrooms; a prepping and warming kitchen; maintenance and utilities rooms; and ADA accessibility upgrades. Work included painting of interior drywall, steel, CMU and exterior facade.
Architect: Hord Coplan Macht
Client/Owner: Washington Convention & Sports Authority, Events DC
This is phase 1 of the redevelopment of the 190-Acre RFK Stadium complex. This Phase includes the three multipurpose turf fields, festival spaces and entertainment facilities on the 30-acre Parking lot #7. The project also includes converting the current asphalt parking lots into useable green space to provide for growing demand for athletic and recreational facilities in the District of Columbia. The new facility is programmed for youth soccer, lacrosse, baseball, softball, and other sports, community activities and events.