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North and South College Residence Halls Union College

Construction Cost $7,400,000Size 57,000 sfStart Date June 2002Completion Date August 2004 Two grand old masonry and timber student residence halls constructed in the early 1800’s and subsequently subjected to numerous renovations were the candidates of this total gut renovation and restoration project. Each of the 28,500 square-foot buildings received considerable structural attention; new mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems; new elevators; and new bedrooms, bathrooms, classrooms and social spaces. Accessibility was an important consideration and was maintained throughout the duration of the project. In addition to the interior renovations, the stucco exterior was carefully reconditioned as well.

Dec 18, 2018 / by admin / Comments are off for this post

The College of Saint Rose

Construction Cost $4,867,913Start Date March 2009Completion Date December 2009 When The College of Saint Rose decided to transform its former Music Center into the Center for Communications and Interactive Media (CCIM), MLB was chosen as Construction Manager for this fast paced, high profile project. CCIM is a technologically advanced multimedia home for the college’s distinguished communications and music industry programs. The 20,000 square foot facility, located in the southwest corner of the Saint Rose campus, now houses new TV and internet radio studios, a live performance recording studio, viewing room, multimedia computer labs and faculty offices.

Dec 18, 2018 / by admin / Comments are off for this post

GLOBALFOUNDRIES

MLB was able to complete multiple projects at GlobalFoundries including Fab 8 Mod 1 Foundations, Cooling Towers, and the ITDC Lab.

Dec 18, 2018 / by admin / Comments are off for this post

ORDA – Whiteface Bear Den Lodge

Construction Cost Contract Amount = $2,434,700 Size 17,000 sf Special Distinctions Timeline Requirements Contract Date September 2017 Completion Date December 2017 The addition to the Bear Den Lodge at Whiteface Ski Resort brought a new client to the table for MLB Construction. The Olympic Regional Development Authority (ORDA) selected MLB to build a 17,000sf addition to their children’s lodge. This project featured phased construction and a multi-prime approach. The foundations and slab-on-grade were awarded to another contractor and turned over to MLB the first week of October. In order for MLB to complete this project on time, the entire building…

Oct 24, 2018 / by admin / Comments are off for this post

The Exploris Museum now the Marbles Kids Museum – Raleigh, NC

Cost Total Project $36.5 million MLB Contract $8.5 millionSize 80,000 sf Location Raleigh, North Carolina Duration 28 Months The Exploris Museum is the world’s first global interactive museum and hands-on learning center for children and adults. The facility contains a mixed use of materials including brick walls, LIES glass, colored concrete, and a structural steel and bead panel system which is backlit at night. The entry consists of stone pavers and brick pavers and incorporates a terrazzo world map in the building. There is also a stream running through a recreational area and entry court. The down-town Raleigh site is…

Aug 11, 2018 / by admin / Comments are off for this post

Glens Falls National Bank – Glens Falls, NY

This 26,230 square foot building is constructed in the heart of the City of Glens Falls, and formerly housed the Madden Hotel. The overall design reflects a traditional architectural style that harmonizes with the surrounding historical downtown neighborhood.

Aug 11, 2018 / by admin / Comments are off for this post

West Point Military Academy – West Point, NY

Visitors Quarters Originally built as an early historic two-family residence, Building 109 was to be renovated back to its original grandeur and function as a Visitors Quarters. The goal of this renovation was to retain as much historical value as possible and to respect the public living areas, all while providing a high quality hotel environment.

Aug 11, 2018 / by admin / Comments are off for this post

Morocco Pavilion at Epcot – Kissimmee, FL

Walt Disney World Resort The Morocco Pavilion is part of the World Showcase within Epcot at the Walt Disney World Resort and was the first expansion pavilion to be built, opening in 1984. The Pavilion was designed to look like a Moroccan city, with a realistic Minaret and features the restaurant, Marrakesh with distinctive arched columns, beamed ceilings, and massive carved wooden doors. The King of Morocco was so enthused about having his nation represented, that he sent artisans over to create carvings and tile work. Hailed as one of the jewels of the Disney Kingdom, the Morocco Pavilion set…

Aug 11, 2018 / by admin / Comments are off for this post

Skidmore College Scribner Village – Saratoga Springs, NY

Scribner Village 57 Bed Units The two planned 57-bed slope-side apartment buildings at Skidmore Colleges Scribner Village are 4-stories each and were carved into the slope of the hillside and anchored into the slopes. The buildings have single bedrooms on the first floor and four more bedrooms above. Each 5-person apartment also includes a kitchen, living room and dining area. Each 2-story apartment is entered either from the up-slope (campus) or down-slope (Scribner) side, responding to and resolving the sloping grades.

Aug 11, 2018 / by admin / Comments are off for this post

Skidmore College Arthur Zankel Music Center – Saratoga Springs, NY

Arthur Zankel Music Center Referred to as the hub of music activity on campus, the Arthur Zankel Music Center cost approximately $30 million to construct. The building consists of three wings, each with a separate foundation, a 600-seat concert hall, faculty offices, individual practice rooms, a 100-seat lecture hall, electronic music laboratory, piano lab, a below-stage pit elevator, and a soaring glass wall with open views to the college’s South Park. Designed with sustainability in mind, the building incorporated geothermal heating/cooling into its design and the building’s angular shape helps to minimize its footprint on the land.

Aug 11, 2018 / by admin / Comments are off for this post