The 2-story masonry and metal clad building wraps a central courtyard complete with landscaping, patio seating and lighting.The building features an underfloor supply air distribution system, use of natural light, and other LEED features. has provided architectural, civil, and structural services for a commercial plaza that features approximately 50,000 SF with a mixture of office retail and restaurant space.Owned by Choptank Community Health System, Inc., a regional healthcare provider, the facility provides medical and dental services for an economically disadvantaged sector of the population.Whether it is a hotel, restaurant or banquet facility, customer satisfaction and great first impressions are what owners of these establishments seek. we help to “roll out the red carpet” by creating architecture that takes a desired ambiance – then translates it into memorable places.We strive not to overshadow cultural content with its architecture, but instead look to enhance it.The design of the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art reflects the “spirit” of the artform.
Located within the Woodbrooke Medical Park, this 35,000 SF facility consolidated satellite offices into one, centralized location.To us this meant more than creating a building to house completed works of art, although this is indeed important.Wildfowl art, its creation and development, its significance and culture, and particularly the actual process of the work itself, all share importance and are reflected in the building and exhibits.A full service kitchen and locker rooms are adjacent.
Upper floors added classrooms and administrative offices.
The Smith Island Center was commissioned for both the tourist industry as an orientation to island life during the summer months and as a social hall for the islanders at all times.