The Infiniti of Dayton project-scope consisted of a considerable amount of structural demolition for a complete reconfiguration of approximately 75% the existing building and site. Excavation was necessary to install new foundations and significant amount of new structural steel framing was erected for the new building footprint. The exterior building envelope consists of EIFS on metal framing, with a large curtainwall system and an 72ft wide by 18ft high compound-curve, glass and aluminum architectural feature known as “the sail.” New site concrete and planters were installed around the perimeter of the showroom, along with new concrete retaining walls and concrete paving throughout the site.
New MEP systems were installed to accommodate the new building layout. The new layout consists of aluminum entry vestibule leading to a high-bay reception lobby with a 16ft tall walnut-paneled accent wall. A black “portal” leads you from the lobby to a grand showroom and sales lounge with a new 18ft ceiling. Beyond the showroom lies the “new vehicle delivery” room, which is separated from the showroom and exterior with bi-folding NanaWall doors. An enclosed, heated and cooled drive-thru service reception, a service lounge with full wet bar café, and floor-to-ceiling all-glass interior partitions were used for all sales and service offices. High-grade porcelain tile flooring was installed throughout the interior, new customer restrooms, and at select locations on the exterior as flooring and as wall accents at entrances. New high-efficiency LED lighting was used throughout.
In the service-garage area, a parts mezzanine was partially demolished and structural reinforcements added throughout the remaining structure to create room for two additional service lifts in the garage below. The entire service garage and parts department was repainted, and new, high-efficiency LED lighting was installed throughout. The service garage received a multi-coat epoxy flooring system and the entire service garage was repainted. Much of the work was completed off-hours to minimize the impact to ongoing operations at the dealership.
This is a 120,000 SF retail store area for the Air Force. The structure contains a grocery store, Base Exchange,
barber shop, fast food facility, flower shop, jewelry shop, coffee shop, and bank. This facility utilizes ground water wells to heat and cool the building.
The BMW of Dayton renovation project-scope included demolition of all existing exterior and interior finishes, interior partitions, and sitework around the showroom. New site concrete and planters were installed around the perimeter of the showroom. A new exterior fa?ade and was installed using EIFS, the canopy was reconfigured, and the existing curtainwall was reconfigured with new aluminum entrances and the replacement of the glass. Inside, the MEP systems were reconfigured to accommodate the new interior layout, including new bathrooms, a lounge with a wet café bar, and offices. New porcelain tile flooring was installed throughout. A new ceiling configuration was installed with all-new efficient LED lighting along with programable LED effects-lighting that was installed along the perimeter of a large, dropped, hard-ceiling feature running the length of the showroom. In the service garage, the concrete floor was ground down approximately 1.5” to accommodate a new “clinker tile” flooring system throughout the area surrounding the service lifts. The remaining floor area received a multi-coat epoxy flooring system and the entire service garage was repainted. Much of the service-garage work was completed off-hours to minimize the impact to ongoing operations at the dealership.
This fast-paced project was to construct a retail Shoppette at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. The project was in excess of 5,000 SF. It included complete construction of facilities for a variety of vendors. This work entailed full mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems, gasoline island canopies, casework, roofing, caulking, steel, doors and hardware, finishes, flooring and signage.