There are new beginnings on the horizon for South Burlington, Vermont. For years, leaders of the city were enticed by the chance to create a true city center and with that develop a tighter knit community. The first step of this process is City Center Park. The new park includes a network of accessible trails
Project Type: Recreational
The Allen Brook Nature Trail in Williston, VT includes a 150ft boardwalk that allows for visitors to experience the natural area without disturbing the wetlands. Since the last renovation of this heavily-trafficked trail in 2008, the wood has started to sag and deform. Though this is a symptom of normal use, the town hopes this
Design and analysis was provided for this 3,600 square foot timber framed barn with upstairs apartment. A traditional hand cut locally-sourced eastern white pine frame with white oak exterior elements was designed to provide lateral support so that the building could be clad with 1x wall and roof sheathing.
Structural engineering services were provided for the reconstruction of a circa 1830 English Style threshing barn that was lost to arson in 2008. Engineering Ventures determined the adequacy of existing timbers after charring was removed with a drawknife. EV worked with the timber framer to design historically appropriate joinery that would comply with the requirements
Foundation and timber frame design services were provided to rebuild the South Barn after it was lost in 2003 to a fire. The project included a two story 32’x56’ barn and 20’x28’ connector for a non-profit organization. The barn was completed in 2009 with volunteer timber framing crews.
Structural engineering has been provided for many projects over the years at this 700 acre historic campus on Lake George. Work has included design of a 40 foot high climbing wall as a heavy timber addition to an historic gymnasium, structural renovation projects for the inn, boathouse, store, chapel and numerous residential and camp public
Engineering design was provided for the framing and foundation of the tree house and ramp structures at the world’s first universally accessible community tree house. The 500 sf structure is 20 feet off of the ground and the pedestrian spans connect 9 trees.
Civil and structural engineering services were being provided for the restoration of this historic industrial building adjacent to the Waterfront Park, for reuse as a public facility. The project was to include an expanded community sailing center and skate park.
Structural engineering services were provided for a 22,000 sf, three story structure on the site of the old gondola station/lodge. The new facility features a multilevel restaurant, meeting space facility as well as optimal views from nearly every point inside the building.
Structural and civil engineering services were provided for the rehabilitation of this historic stadium. The project included the renovation of the existing stadium and construction of new skyboxes, as well as a parking lot reconfiguration, site water distribution, water main extension, and stormwater drainage.