National Institute of Health Renovation of Building 3 required selective demolition and interior construction of an existing building, which included architectural, structural, mechanical, plumbing, security, telecommunications, and electrical systems for new office space. Underpinning of the existing foundations was required for the installation of the new sub-basement mechanical room addition along with two new elevator shafts. Structural modifications included shoring and reinforcement of the existing structure to support the new building loads. The façade of the building was fully restored, which included extensive masonry restoration, joint cleaning, repointing, and restoration of the existing doors, windows, and trim.
2014 ABC Awards – 1st Place, C-1 Historical Restoration
The Frederick Community College Monroe Center was a unique project for Warner Construction. The Monroe Center is a 55,000 SF facility that offers classes for vocational training, medical careers, business, and technology, as well as many other skills and trades. The scope of the project included the complete interior renovation of the building. HVAC labs, culinary, density, and medical labs all had their own special requirements that made each area unique and required additional coordination and design.
The project was a flagship program for the State of Maryland. They enabled a partnership between Frederick Community College and Frederick County. It utilized one building to combine two uses around the same idea…future employment.
2018 ABC Cumberland Valley, 1st Place, Institutional $5-10 million
The Frederick Motor Company was a complete renovation of an existing showroom, service area, and exterior façade. A new car delivery bay was also added. The project took a dealership originally founded in 1917 with its current building constructed in the 1970s and turned it into one of Frederick’s most recognized showrooms.
2018 ABC Cumberland Valley – 1st Place, Renovation under $4 million
Louden County Sheriff’s Headquarters was completed for the Louden County Government in Leesburg, VA. The renovation for this 68,250 SF three-story building was designed by Moseley Architects. The project consisted of a new generator enclosure, structural demolition with the installation of a new three-stop hydraulic elevator, and masonry infill to replace existing storefront. Finishes included new drywall partitions, bulkheads, ceilings, resilient flooring, ceramic tile, and new custom millwork.