OUR WORK

Samples of our work shown here include healthcare, senior living, religious, education, general commercial, government, military and other types of projects we have had the pleasure to be a part of since 2000. Each project brings opportunities to complete the project “puzzle” a different way. See if these representative projects reflect results you hope to see from your project team.

OUR WORK
    • Averitt Express Service Center – Laredo, TX
    • Architect: J. Terry Bates & Associates, Inc.
    • Completed: 2005
    • Description: This new trucking facility completed in 2005 consisted of 12,530 SF of warehouse, 12,530 SF of loading dock space and 4,034 SF of office space. The loading dock and warehouse spaces include 29 bays and the site contains 29 tractor and 140 truck spaces for storage.
    • Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas - Beaumont, TX
    • Architect: Johnson, Johnson Crabtree Architects, PC
    • Project Cost: $ 35.7 Million
    • Completed: 2003
    • Description: 210,000 Square Foot Additions and Renovations. Performed site layout, grading design, stormwater system design, erosion and sediment control layout, utility layout, permitting with local and state authorities having jurisdiction and construction administration.
    • Belmont Dormitory II – Nashville, TN
    • Architect: Earl Swensson Associates
    • Project Cost: $10 Million
    • Completed: 2008
    • Description: Construction of a five story, 50,000 square foot men’s dormitory. Provided due diligence services and coordinated survey. Performed site layout, grading design, stormwater system design, erosion and sediment control layout, utility layout, permitting with local and state authorities having jurisdiction and construction administration.
    • Capital Regional Medical Center - Tallahassee, FL
    • Architect: Thomas, Miller & Partners
    • Project Cost: $61 Million
    • Completed: 2003
    • Description: Construction of a 325,000 square foot replacement facility on the same site as the existing hospital. Infrastructure was designed to allow for a future MOB. Provided due diligence services and coordinated survey. Performed site layout, grading design, story water system design, erosion and sediment control layout, utility layout and permitting with local and state authorities having jurisdiction.
    • Frankfort Regional Medical Center MOB - Frankfort, KY
    • Architect: Lyman Davidson Dooley, Inc.
    • Project Cost: $6.9 Million
    • Completed: 2007
    • Description: Construction of a 55,000 square foot medical office building on the site of the existing hospital. Key concerns were the addition of new parking to adequately serve the new services offered on campus. A large open channel was captured and storm water was attenuated before it entered the DOT ROW downstream. Parking improvements were accomplished in close proximity to an existing lift station and helipad without interruption to those services. Provided due diligence services, coordinated survey and permitting with local and state authorities having jurisdiction.
    • United States Federal Courthouse - Nashville, TN
    • Architect: Thomas, Miller & Partners
    • Project Cost: $137 Million
    • Completed: Pending funding
    • Description: A 355,400 square foot, eight story office building and an eight story parking garage. This design incorporated sustainable site credits such as pervious pavement, bio-retention areas, and rainwater harvesting that will be counted towards the rating of LEED Silver.








    • Medical Center of Southeast Texas - Port Arthur, TX
    • Architect: Thomas, Miller & Partners
    • Project Cost: $65 Million
    • Completed: 2005
    • Description: Construction of a 350,000 square foot replacement facility on a 30 acre Greenfield site. Storm water included pipes as big as 5 foot
      diameter. Various utility and storm water design inverts were below sea level. The finished floor was 8.0 mean sea level. The site was tested in the
      2005 hurricane Rita landfall in Port Arthur. While the facility sustained some wind damage, the storm sewer system allowed the site to remain
      accessible. Provided due diligence services and coordinated survey.
    • Space Flight Center Office Building - Huntsville, AL
    • Architect: Thomas, Miller & Partners Project Cost: $ 22 Million
    • Completed: 2005
    • Description: Construction of a 138,000 square foot office building. Provided due diligence services, site layout, grading design, stormwater system design, erosion and sediment control layout, utility layout, permitting with Redstone Aresenal and state authorities having jurisdiction.
    • Frist Airplane Hanger – Nashville International Airport
    • Architect: Lyman Davidson Dooley, Inc.
    • Project Cost: $65 Million
    • Completed: 2004
    • Description: Construction of an 8,000 square foot airplane hanger and 1,600 square feet of office space. This project involved storm water drainage infrastructure work and asphalt paving.
    • Ruby Major Elementary – Nashville, TN
    • Architect: Thomas, Miller & Partners
    • Project Cost: $6.3 Million
    • Completed: 2005
    • Description: This new K-4 elementary school for the Metro Nashville Public School District was constructed for an
      enrollment of approximately 560 students. The building has a square footage of 68,000. Design included a courtyard and
      playground area, stormwater drainage infrastructure, grading, paving and utilities.
    • San Antonio Spurs Training Facility – San Antonio, TX
    • Architect: Davis Stokes Collaborative, P.C.
    • Project Cost: $25 Million
    • Completed: 2001
    • Description: Design of a 38,000 square foot training facility for the San Antonio Spurs NBA Basketball Team. This project included
      site layout and infrastructure design which included a lap pool. Construction of the facility part of a commercial subdivision which we also provided the infrastructure design.
    • Thompsons Station Church – Thompsons Station, TN
    • Architect: Lyman Davidson Dooley, Inc.
    • Project Cost: $7.2 Million
    • Completed: 2007
    • Description: Description: Phase III of a seven phase masterplan, the Thompsons Station Church added this new 47,500 square foot facility to their existing campus. This building, known as the Equipping Center, included space for classrooms, meetings, and concerts. Site design included extensive stormwater drainage infrastructure, paving, and utilities.