Goldhaber-Fend Community Arts Center
|1217 Menoher Boulevard|
Skylights, ample windows and open spaces enhance this complete design of a new two-story wood sided structure containing a large art gallery with a children's center on each floor. Additional project features within its 9,340 square feet include a library, kitchen, darkroom, studios and public facilities. A new entrance drive and parking areas were also included in this project.
General Contractor: K-B Building Company
Oak Ridge East Phase I
|Dwight Drive, Richland Township|
First-class office space, convenient parking, and multiple entrances affording flexible tenancy were set out as goals for this 20,000square foot project. The site offered excellent views and appropriate slope which was utilized for grade entrances for both levels. Large window walls, skylights, light wells and conventional office windows are provided to allow a maximum of natural light and flexibility. The exterior materials of reflective glass, brick, metal fascia and roofing were utilized to achieve the signature effect.
General Contractor: The Construction Group, Inc.
Letterkenny Army Depot
|1217 Letterkenny Army Depot|
This facility for the Depot's security and fire fighting forces is intended to be manned 24 hours a day. Included are administrative offices, a dispatch office, and communications equipment. As an addition to a landmark building of the Depot, and due to its close proximity to the General's office, every effort was made to successfully continue the character, lines and materials of the original building.
Frank Dachille Architects was the Architectural Consultant to the Project Engineer, H.F. Lenz Co.
|Langely, Whidbey Island|
Not realized due to political factors, this project design was a fanciful continuation of an existing "cowboy town", false-front building located in an artist colony, tourist town on Puget Sound.
Strict observance of building codes resulted in the exterior focus overlooking the water. The plethora of details are in response to details found on the existing building.
|Blair County Association for Retarded Citizens|
|H.F. Lenz Co.
U.S. Post Office
University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown
|Logan Township Supervisors|
|Oakland Volunteer Fire Department|
|Roaring Spring Ambulance Service|
|Salvation Army, Johnstown|
|Scheffel John Deere Equipment|