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Marsh 2024




Happy New Year to all, and sincere wishes for health and happiness in 2024!


2023 has been a very busy and productive year, one of our busiest since before the great recession of 2008.


We are, above all else, thankful to our clients for allowing us to be a part of their project.


Whether it is their vision for a new building, an update of their current space, or for planning their next steps….


We have several projects that are now either complete, or scheduled to be completed in the next few months, as follows, these can be seen under ‘revolving photos’


Raintree Country Club: We designed the new maintenance and cart storage building even bigger than what was already there (from 50 years ago), and somehow got it to fit on a site that borders the driving range, the 17th fairway/green, and the 18th fairway of the North Course.  

The maintenance/storage building, for lawn vehicles, staff areas, offices, and support space is over 20,000 sf, and the 150-golf cart storage area is over 10,000 sf. All carts will now be washed/parked/charged at the end of a busy day of golf on the (2) 18-hole courses.


Evolution Aquatics Expansion, East Harris Road, Huntersville

This project includes a new outdoor Olympic size pool, a huge splashpad and water slide, lots of pool deck space, a playground, and a new pool equipment building with toilet facilities. These features will complement the 2 indoor pools and other athletic uses in the current building. We had hoped to be further along with design and permit documents by now, but pools are very complicated, to say the least.


Lancaster County Coroner’s office, South Carolina, The project will more than double the size of the existing spaces, increase parking for staff as well as county vehicles, and include a sally port, for secured body drop off and pick up. This project is very close to issuing for construction, with an anticipated start date in April 2024


Towne Place Suites, Affordable Senior Apartments. This very exciting project began construction January 22, at the 2 former ‘extended stay’ hotel buildings. These were purchased by Mecklenburg County in response to the critical need for affordable housing. The design will incorporate additional meeting areas and a management office, to replace former ‘common area’ hotel uses on the ground floor. Most important, the 93 units are already furnished, and will have new flooring, HVAC, and other upgrades from the original mid-1990’s buildings.


Hugh Chatham Health, Renovations to Sterile Processing Department: After painstaking efforts to work within the budget set, but still achieve the long-term goals of production and workflow for this critical department, the existing space is to be completely renovated, adding new equipment, and keeping only a few pieces that are still very functional.

The construction will certainly require a ‘shut down’, so the owner will have surgical instruments sanitized off-site for 2 months, while construction activity is in progress. Therefore, we are ‘pre-planning’ as much as possible, to minimize disruption to the hospital and to avoid added cost.


We have re-formatted other on-going or completed projects, these are listed by project name and location.






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