EV provided structural engineering services for this sustainably designed renovation to the Gray Dorm at The Putney School, an independent high school in Putney, VT. Energy efficiency was a key element of the project – winning this project and architect, Maclay Architects, the Efficiency Vermont 2019 “Best of the Best” Commercial Building Design & Construction for Commercial Major Renovation. (Photo Credit to The Putney School)
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 feet. Energy efficiency was a key element of the project – winning this project and architect, Freeman French Freeman, the Efficiency Vermont 2019 “Best of the Best” Commercial Building Design & Construction for Commercial New Construction.
Civil and structural services and permitting assistance have been provided for the demolition of an existing building and creation of additional parking and improved vehicular and pedestrian circulation, and the renovation of the building façade. The remaining facility will be converted from manufacturing to medical office, pharmacy, education, storage and light manufacturing, and features an innovative river water heat exchange system.
Structural engineering and permitting services have provided for a number of projects at this Vermont craft brewery. Projects include the design of a new equipment pad, design of a rooftop frame to support a new chiller for the brewery, as well as a new mezzanine in their boiler room to support a new glycol tank.
Additionally, civil engineering design services have been provided for site improvements to the southwest corner and the south side of the brewery. Improvements include new pedestrian access to the Tap Room, an outdoor patio space for the Tap Room, realigned parking areas and an additional passenger car access from Flynn Avenue for Tap Room patrons.
Structural design was provided for the renovation of two historic mill buildings for mixed use residential and commercial structures.
Work included identification of water damaged timbers, design of repair and code improvements, and substantial foundation repair.
All work was completed in accordance with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards.
Structural engineering services were provided for this 19,000 sf, headquarters for a natural product marketer.
Design included a new floor opening, new stair framing and railings, exterior base for a generator, and a green roof.
This project was awarded LEED Gold Certification.
Structural engineering services were provided for this unique and authentic hotel and restaurant property in downtown Burlington. The $13.1 million project includes 126 guest rooms and the Hen of the Wood Restaurant. The building was constructed on a difficult existing narrow site, with much of the building wrapping the front of an existing City parking garage. The project has received a LEED Silver Certification.
Structural services were provided for the analysis and design of the primary structural framing and the foundations, and the exterior wall light gauge studs for a new auto dealership.
Structural engineering services were provided for this 85,000sf hotel located in the heart of the city. The five-story, luxury boutique hotel features brick facing and zinc metal panels, 48 suites and a 1200sf rooftop garden.
Civil and structural engineering and permitting assistance were provided for a 44,000 square foot, three-story, manufacturing and office building, and 30,000 square foot, steel framed addition.
The structural design for NRG’s headquarters was driven by the high-performance envelope and daylighting program. Insulated column bases, an engineered lumber façade supports, SIP roof overhangs, and doubled open-web steel joists were some of the specified systems to minimize operation energy use and increase occupant sensibility. Civil services included site plan, erosion control plan, utility plan, sanitary water, sewer, and stormwater treatment.
This was one of the first manufacturers worldwide to achieve LEED Gold Certification.