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Project Type* QTY Cost Range** Total**
List Schools: Elementary, Middle, High 83 120k - 35m 301m
List Colleges & Universities 80 8k - 43m 198m
List Studies, Investigations, Evaluations 52 5k - 600k 2m
List Adaptive Reuse / Historic Preservation 26 30k - 15m 30m
List Office Buildings 65 500k - 43m 199m
List Retail Centers 24 150k - 15m 117m
List Residential 162 600k - 30m 62m
List Medical Facilities 21 10k - 8m 20m
List Parking Garages 17 750k - 25m 70m
List Judicial Buildings 9 1m - 25m 35m
List Recreation Facilities 8 1m - 12m 34m
List Amusement Park Projects 14 25k - 13m 27m
List Industrial Buildings 45 250k - 5m 20m
List Demolition 5 50k - 3m 4m
List Warehouses / Depots 13 300k - 500k 8m
List Pedestrian / Light Vehicle Bridges 10 275k - 600k 14m
List Field House / Gyms / Stadiums 27 1m - 15m 75m
List Churches 11 500k - 3m 12m
List Auditoriums and Theatres 2 3m - 5m 8m
List Dining Halls, Clubs, Restaurants 26 200k - 7m 13m
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** in US Dollars ($) k = thousand and m = million
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Liberty University - Jerry Falwell Library and Media Center
Liberty University - Jerry Falwell Library and Media Center - The new Jerry Falwell Library and Media Center consists of two buildings connected by a three story atrium; 180,000 sf on five levels, structural steel frame, construction cost about $50 million. Features: foundations on aggregate piers, two stories partially below grade, basement walls braced by steel framed non composite floor system, other floors light weight concrete composite steel beams, atrium with green roof and castellated beams for mechanical ducting, hip roofs, long span pedestrian bridges and complex expansion joints between buildings, two story Automatic Storage and Retrieval System for about 500,000 books, custom stairs - freely cantilevered and two story with concealed supports.
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Liberty University - Freedom Tower
Liberty University - Freedom Tower - The Freedom Tower, set to open Spring 2017, is the new landmark of Liberty University. It is a 275 foot tower, the tallest structure in Lynchburg, with an observation deck and a base housing the School of Divinity, the largest school of its kind in the country. View webcam here.
Liberty University - School of Music & Concert Hall
Liberty University - School of Music & Concert Hall - This new state-of-the-art 130,000 square foot, $54 million project combines the departments of music and performing arts into one building for the 7th largest music program in the country. It includes a 1,600 seat concert hall, multiple practice rooms for various purposes, teaching studios, commons rooms, classrooms, 250 seat band room, and 150 seat choir recital room.
Liberty University - Student Center
Liberty University - Student Center - The new 158,000 square foot, $46.6 million project includes dining, lounges, study spaces, meeting rooms, a multi-purpose event room, a bowling alley, game areas, and more for both students and faculty.
Discovery Elementary School
Arlington Discovery Elementary School - The first new elementary school to be built in Arlington, Virginia in more than a decade, this 98,000 square foot project is one of 39 Net-Zero Energy buildings (NZEB) in the US, only three of which are K-12 schools. Its 1,706 roof-mounted solar panels, geothermal well field, solar pre-heated water, and 100% LED lighting saves approximately $120,000 in annual energy costs.
Discovery Elementary School
VCU Basketball Practice Facility - This cutting-edge 62,000 square foot, $25 million project includes two full-size basketball courts, one for the men's team and the other for the women's team, with a view deck on the second level surrounding each, a weight room, sports medicine room, players’ lounges, team theaters for video study, a dining area, and administrative offices overlooking the courts.
Intimidator 305
Kings Dominion's Intimidator 305 Roller Coaster - Complex structural design of foundation system and new structures. At 305-foot tall, 5,100-foot long, and a top speed over 90 mph, this $25 million project is the tallest and fastest gravity driven steel coaster on the East Coast, and only the 2nd Giga-coaster ever built in North America.
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Washington Lee
Washington and Lee University Commons - The school from which George Washington and Robert E Lee descended and originally established in 1749, W&L Commons is a new five-story, ~100,000 square-foot project on drilled pier and conventional foundations. Award winning project includes 300' x 10' pedestrial and light vehicle bridge linking existing to new construction, and 13,000 SF underground service area with 50' spans supporting landscaping.
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Cocke Hall at UVA
Cocke Hall - University of Virginia - One of three buildings built in 1898 to compensate for the loss of the Rotunda annex in 1895, the renovation of Cocke Hall (a historic preservation project) houses the philosophy department and the department of Classics at UVA. The buildings Cocke Hall, Rouss Hall, and Cabell Hall permanently enclosed the Lawn, which is part of Thomas Jefferson's Academical Village.
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Patrick D. Cupp Stadium
Patrick D. Cupp Stadium - A multi-use stadium completed in 2003, it is the largest soccer/track facility in the Big South Conference located in Radford, Virginia on the campus of Radford University. Cupp Stadium seats 5,000 with a roof over the premium seats. The stadium is used by Radford's soccer and athletics teams.
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Luck Stone Corporate Headquarters
Luck Stone Corporate Headquarters - A 60,000 square-foot three-level expansion and renovation to its existing 35-year old 25,000 square-foot corporate office, it includes a large open atrium with a monumental staircase and a flexible dining level for 300 people. The renovation is designed to hold 250 associates. AIA Richmond Merit Award.
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Robins Nature & Visitor Center at Maymont - Dedicated to native wildlife of the Commonwealth and home to several animals including river otters, turtles and fish. The $21 million, 25,000-square-foot project also includes several small structures for patron interaction and viewing, a boardwalk, pedestrian bridge, concession stand, amphitheater, a 20 foot waterfall and 13 aquariums. Structural system includes heavy-timber trusses.
Wilsdorf Hall
Wilsdorf Hall - University of Virginia - Wilsdorf Hall - formerly known as the Materials Science Engineering and Nanotechnology building (MSENT) - of UVA School of Engineering and Apllied Science, is a 99,000 square-foot, $43 million five-story structure that links the materials science and chemical engineering buildings and is for collaborative research in materials science and materials engineering, chemical engineering, and nanotechnology.
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Burning Daylight Stables
Burning Daylight Stables - A two-story 26,000 square-foot horse barn, home to over 28 thoroughbreds bred and trained to become champion racehorses. Includes cast-in-place concrete walls supporting heavy timber trusses, administrative center, functional observation tower with suspended steel spiral stair, and rainwater harvesting, storage and distribution system.
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Kings Dominion Volcano
Kings Dominion Volcano, The Blast Rollercoaster - Existing volcano modified to retrofit new rollercoaster. $20 million construction project. Debuted in summer of 1998 as the world's first inverted linear induction motor-launched rollercoaster and tallest inversion at 155 feet. Complex structural design of foundation system, new structures, and modifications to existing mountain frame required advanced 3-D modeling.
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Weinstein JCC
The Carole and Marcus Weinstein Jewish Community Center - AIA Richmond Chapter 2006 Design Merit Award Winner. The CMWJCC is a multi-use facility acting as a cultural, educational and recreation center for Richmond's Jewish community. 106,000 SF (30,000 SF new) construction completed fall of 2005.
AGB Apts
Wertland Square Apartments - Wertland Square is located on the historic "Corner" in Charlottesville, VA. It includes 50 units in both 2 and 4-bedroom floor plans. 90,000 square-foot, four-story, wood-framed construction over composite steel / concrete structure over basement parking. 2007 Builder's Choice Award and BRAC Student Community of the Year Winner.
VMI Leadership and Ethics Center - The Virginia Military Institute Center includes a 500-seat auditorium, banquet seating for 800 people, meeting rooms, and other amenities. 45,435 SF construction project with a $200 million budget. The sloping site requires multiple level changes with concrete retaining walls to facilitate construction. The floor system is composite steel and roof framing is structural steel and steel bar joists.
AGB Apts
Alta Great Bridge Apartments - $20 million apartment complex located in Chesapeake, Virginia including nine three-story residential buildings, 192 units total, plus a clubhouse and two maintenance buildings totalling 225,000 SF, all wood frame construction.
North Cross
North Cross School - Fox + Associates' first BIM (Building Information Modeling) project; designed entirely in 3-D with Autodesk's Revit Structure Suite and Bentley's RAM Steel software. This is one of four total school projects modeled in Revit this year.
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Virginia Capitol Trail Pedestrian Bridge
Virginia Capital Trail Pedestrian Bridge - " a pedestrian and bicycle trail that connects the Common- wealth's past and present capitals of Jamestown, Williamsburg and Richmond along the Scenic Route 5 corridor. The Capital Trail traverses 50+ miles, five jurisdictions and 400 years rich in history along one of the 1st inland routes in North America."
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Manassas Park Schools - Four projects totalling $75 million from 1997 through present. 400,000 sf, multi-level high school, elementary schools and high school additions. Structural steel frame with concrete on metal deck floors, pre-engineered gymnasium. Award winning architecture.
Anthem Davis Center North / Parking Deck - Richmond, Virginia - $43 million major structural renovations to existing office building, 265,000 sf including twin elevator shafts. New parking structure on three levels for 1,125 cars; precast double T concrete construction.
Wilson Memorial / Stuarts Draft Schools - Fishersville / Stuarts Draft, Virginia Two almost identical schools totalling $35 million comprising new gymnasiums, locker rooms, cafeterias, administration areas and science wings, about 84,000 sf total and extensive renovations to existing schools, about 226,000 sf total. All construction is single-story steel framed and/or masonry bearing wall. Honor Award for Excellence - Central VA Chapter of the AIA
Cougar Upper Elementary School and Pre-K Addition - Manassas, Virginia $30 million 10,500 sf single-story, pre-kindergarten building and 121,000 sf three-story, steel-framed building with classrooms, administrative, media, cafeteria, gymnasium, etc. Concrete deck on steel bar joists, braced frame extensive reinforced concrete retaining walls, conventional foundations, storm water management structures. Pursuing LEED Gold. Honor Award: James River Green Building Council
Freedom High School - South Riding, Virginia - $29+ million steel-framed structure and load bearing masonry designed to provide the community use of 450-seat cafeteria, 1000-seat auditorium (fine arts center), 2,250-seat competition track and lighted football field, 400 seat baseball and softball fields as well as six tennis courts.
Rockbridge County Courthouse - Lexington, Virginia - $25 million new 57,000 sf traditional design courthouse located within a few blocks of the historical courthouse. An attached 144 car, multi-level parking garage with a landscaped suspended plaza serves the courthouse. The courthouse is a structural steel frame with composite steel floors. The parking garage is precast concrete.
Meadowbrook High School Additions - Chesterfield, Virginia - $25 million additions and renovations to the existing school including a 900-seat auditorium. Renovations to the dining facility. The new additions total about 85,000 sf and the renovations involve about 185,000 sf. 2006 State Excellence in Design Award
SEI Investments - Phase IV Parking Deck - Oaks, Pennsylvania - $25 million parking garage on four levels, 400,000 sf, 1,200 cars, partially below grade. Precast double-T superstructure, reinforced concrete retaining walls and foundations, provision for skywalks.
Daniel Morgan Middle School - Winchester, Virginia - $25 million 140,000 sf addition of a new gymnasium, cafeteria, administration area, and a two-story classroom wing. 135,000 sq. ft of renovations. Distinguished Design Award - VA School Boards Assoc. Exhibition of School Architecture and People's Choice Award - VA School Boards Assoc. Exhibition of School Architecture and Merit Award Middle School - Council of Ed. Fac. Planners VA Chapter
Manassas Park Middle School - Manassas Park, Virginia - $18 million 120,000 sf new construction with separate maintenance, gymnasium, and academic buildings. Construction type is pre-engineered metal building, bar joist and concrete deck and composite construction on steel frame. Features long span plate girders supporting library and trusses over about 25,000 sf of renovated space. Honor Award for Excellence - Central VA Chapter of the AIA and Merit Award for Renov.
Poquoson Elementary School - Poquoson, Virginia - $17.5 million new 90,000 sf elementary school with gymnasium, cafeteria, and media center. Steel frame on bearing masonry with butterfly roof over gymnasium in wood and steel. Pursuing LEED Gold. GoGreen Design Merit Award: James River Green Building Council, Design Concept Award - Council of Ed. Fac. Planners, Int'l, and Recognized Value Award - Design Share Award
Westbrook Office Building - Chester Co., Pennsylvania - $12 million office building, 200,000 sq. ft on three levels. Fully composite construction with non-uniform plan layout requiring complex design of lateral frames and expansion joints. Atrium has cable tied arches. Perimeter walls are self-supporting precast concrete.
Charlottesville Transit Service - New 35,000 sf bus maintenance complex project consists of a 9,000 sf renovated administrative / office building, a new 15,000 sf bus maintenance facility, a new bus wash and detailing building, a new fueling building and covered bus parking. Under a part of the maintenance facility, a concrete cistern stores the roof rainwater to use for irrigation. LEED Certified. Merit Award: James River Green Building Council
Brownsville Elementary School - Crozet, Virginia - $8.2 million 31,950 sf single-story, steel frame addition consisting of two classroom wings, café addition and a pre-engineered steel building, gymnasium with a mechanical mezzanine. Pursuing LEED Gold.
New Science Center UVA College at Wise - Virginia - $7.1 million science center on three levels plus basement. Founded on drilled piers. Steel frame, steel brace and masonry shear walls, composite floor construction, light gauge metal roof trusses. 34,000 sf of new construction and 27,000 sf renovations.
Averett University Student Center - Danville, Virginia - $6 million new Student Center on four levels, 42,000 sf includes a coffee shop, convenience store, game room, TV room, computer lab and a central dining facility. Steel frame with composite floors, basements with extensive retaining walls. Merit Award for Excellence - Central VA Chapter of AIA Facility Design Award of Excellence - Assoc. of College Unions Int'l
Sherwood Mausoleum - Salem, Virginia - $5 million new mausoleum and memorial consisting of 2,600 crypts and 260 columbaria. Received ACI Excellence in Concrete Award.
Drop Zone at Kings Dominion - Doswell, Virginia - $5 million 300 ft. high, vertical drop ride. Massive reinforced concrete foundation on steel piles. Web Hosting

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