Project Type: Arts

Project Type: Arts

City Market South End Expansion, Burlington, VT

This new City Market South End retail store, built on an industrial brownfield site, opened in 2017. EV provided civil and structural design and construction phase services for this project. The building consists of 21,000 square feet of retail and storage space on the ground floor and second floor mezzanine space of about 10,000 square

Vermont Granite Museum, Barre, VT

Structural and permitting services were provided for this historic granite manufacturing shed.  Structural Insulated Panels (SIPS) were used to avoid rafter reinforcing and to keep the interior framing exposed. The foundation was replaced allowing the building to be raised above the flood plain.  Winner of ACEC Excellence in Engineering award.

Middlebury Town Hall Theater, Middlebury, VT

Structural analysis and design was performed for this former Knights of Columbus building for adaptive reuse as the Town Hall Theater.  Work included upgrades to the main roof, theater floor, support for a new three story elevator and a new central stair case.  A new addition houses administration and storage space for performances.

Pizzagalli Center for Art & Education, Shelburne, VT

Structural engineering design was provided for a new 16,000 sf facility on the Shelburne Museum Campus. The building will offer year round exhibitions and access to the Museum’s collections, and includes a 5,000sf of gallery space, a 130 seat lecture and performance space, and 2,000 sf of classroom space. The building was designed to be

Mirage Art Installation, Coachella Music Festival, Indio, CA

Structural engineering design was provided for this 6000sf geometric modern structure. The building was erected for the event and was removed at the end of the festival. Designed as a respite from the sun during the day, the “house” became a backdrop for projections and 3D lighting effects in the evening. Photos courtesy of Russ

BCA Center, Burlington, VT

Structural services were provided for the renovation of this historic firehouse for reuse by the non-profit Burlington City Arts.  Built in 1889, the firehouse is located next to city hall in downtown Burlington.  A new internal braced steel frame and bell support were designed for the 85 foot bell tower, as well as a temporary monorail for the restoration of the bell,