Rodney Square Renovations

Rodney Square is the public square and national historic district located in downtown Wilmington, Delaware. The square was created in the early 20th century by John Jacob Raskob who worked for Pierre S. du Pont. Rodney Square was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2011, as the Rodney Square Historic District.

A project was initiated to improve and renovate Rodney Square including MEP systems.

Philadelphia Health Management Corporation, Umbrella Agency

PHMC’s Turning Points for Children operates Community Umbrella Agencies (CUAs) as part of the Department of Human Services’ Improving Outcomes for Children.

A project was initiated to renovate 20,000 square feet of offices on two floors at 3901 Market Street in Philadelphia for PHMC’s Community Umbrella Agency (CUA 9).

Olney Recreation Center Renovation (Rebuild)

The Olney Recreation Center has year-round youth programs.

A project was initiated to renovate the Center. The project includes renovations to provide more light and visibility and reorganization of the interior rooms.

New Brunswick Fire Department

The New Brunswick New Jersey Fire Department constructed a new two story, 42,500 square foot Fire Department Headquarters. This provides the community with a new state of the art facility which includes.

  • Four (4) double-deep apparatus bays
  • 60-person lecture auditorium
  • 120-person community meeting room
  • Fire prevention, administration offices and fitness center
  • Emergency operations substation
  • 14 live-in bunk rooms

Delaware Museum of Natural History

The Delaware Museum of Natural history was founded in 1957 and is known for its extensive collections of seashells, birds, and bird eggs. A project was initiated to update the exhibition area as well as upgrade the mechanical and electrical systems serving the exhibition areas and other parts of the building.

Aberdeen Fire Department New Fire Station

This new building provides the department with modern station living amenities and space to house four (4) new pieces of apparatus. The first floor living area includes a kitchen, recreation room, exercise equipment, decontamination room and watch office. The second floor provides members with a conference room, showers and a co-ed bunk room that has direct access to the apparatus bay.

Aberdeen Volunteer Fire Department

This project constructed  22,000 square feet of new and renovated space. The main lobby is highlighted by museum style displays which surround the department’s original, historic apparatus equipment. Other elements included:

  • A large training room to seat 100,
  • Break out spaces and warming kitchen
  • Administrative offices
  • Board room
  • Fitness room
  • Multiple day rooms
  • Bunk rooms to sleep 30, individual shower rooms

Philadelphia Museum of Art

The Philadelphia Museum of Art is one of the most iconic structures of Philadelphia, establishing the famous Rocky steps and housing more than 240,000 works of various mediums from European, American, and Asian origin. This project renovates the East Asian Art Galleries located on the second floor, Section 2 of the Main Building.

Brandywine YMCA Expansion

Because of the need for additional space a project was initiated to expand and renovate the existing facility. The building received a 16,000 square foot second floor over much of the existing structure. Spaces were reorganized with the majority of the fitness equipment being relocated in a very visible second floor addition. The vertical expansion and renovation of existing spaces  created room for youth wellness, group exercise classes, adaptive fitness equipment as well as community meeting spaces.