Structural design work included the remodel of several areas of the manufacturing facility, and new construction of additions. Structural analysis was provided to determine the load capacities of new mezzanine columns on the existing concrete slab and to determine plan dimension for the base plates. Analysis and design were provided for steel framing for a new rooftop unit and steel framing for two new skylights.
In conjunction with major interior renovations, this project included site modifications to landscape and parking layout, and utility upgrades. Parking layout and traffic use was refined to allow for a 10% increase in the site green space over existing conditions.
Site design included close coordination with landscape architects to implement aesthetic qualities while improving drainage on the site. A new sewer line was designed to service the newly renovated commercial wing. Permitting services were provided for the utility work and road related issues such as curb cuts and excavation within city road limits. Burton Snowboards is LEED Registered.
Site work included the design of a sewer line to the renovated commercial wing, grading, storm run-off design, parking, curbing and sidewalk layout. State and city permitting services were also provided.
Conversations with Burton regarding 3-Ac requirements have been underway since 2014. EV designed stormwater collection and treatment systems to replace an undersized sediment basin. Given heavy soils and flat terrain, gravel wetlands were used for this campus.
This design was approved in March of 2020 under VT GP 3-9005 since GP 3-9050 was not available at this time. The new system will meet approximately 60% of the campus treatment requirements.
More recently, we have designed another system for the northern end of the campus to bring the facility fully in line with the latest Vermont requirements.