As H&M’s fourth consecutive project negotiated as a Cost Plus with a GMP for Warren Wilson College, Myron Boon Hall has become what it was designed to be – the magnet for the entire campus. This beautiful $6 million LEED Certified Gold building was designed through a PFA Architects and Lord Aeck Sargent joint venture and is the home for the Social Sciences Division and the MFA Program for Writers. This inspiring building also boasts an inviting outdoor classroom as well as multiple terraces that overlook meadows and mountains. Construction occurred on a very tight site and within an equally tight budget and was completed on-time with savings returned to the owner. This building is a Warren Wilson favorite.
The Allied Health & Workforce Development Facility for AB Tech provides spaces that are set up to simulate real world medical experiences for students. This five-story building is the largest and tallest on AB Tech’s campus and houses a mock surgery lab and lab rooms for nursing, home care, x-ray, hygiene, phlebotomy, radiography, sonograms, CAN, clinical skills, and others, as well as a fully operational dental office on the first floor. It also includes several classrooms and office spaces, and a student/employee health clinic.
This project was constructed under a CM at Risk contract, which also included a multi-purpose/conference center building and a six-story parking deck at a different location on campus.
This project was part of a three-building CM@R contract with Buncombe County totaling $45 Million. This particular building was designed by ClarkNexsen (Architects) and Kloesel Engineering (Structural), cost $6.3 million and includes a kitchen, two mechanical mezzanines, the campus police station, and an 8300SF auditorium with a hardwood stage in a space created using steel joists spanning over 100’. This structure sits adjacent to a 258,000 SF 650-space cast-in-place concrete parking garage that was also part of this joint venture and built concurrently on a very tight site. This parking structure was designed by Keith Hargrove Architect, PC of Asheville.