Project Gallery

Lifestages Renovation

Owner: Premier Health Partners
Tenant improvement of a portion of the 6000 sf Lifestages suite on the first floor of Good Samaritan Hospital. Complete renovation of the office space and updating the finishes on the clinical areas of the space. Clinic was able to maintain functioning throughout the construction process.

Charity Adams-Earley Academy for Girls PK-6

Owner: Dayton Public Schools (an OSFC project)
Architect: Lorenz Williams, Inc.
Size: 76,000 sf
Construction Management team member for PK-8 renovation and addition project encompassing 20,000 sq. ft. of new construction and a 56,000 sq. ft. renovation. The project utilized the existing 1950/1960's era building and tied in four additions, including new classrooms, a new media center, new locker rooms, a cafeteria and kitchen/serving area, an art room, a library and new entry way. The entire project was executed while the faculty and students remained on site in a modular facility as opposed to relocating, which added to the complexity and coordination of the project.

Dayton Boy's Preparatory Academy

Owner: Dayton Public Schools (an OSFC project)
Architect: Lorenz Williams, Inc.
Construction Management team member on a new 75,000 sq ft school. It has a three story classroom wing allowing each learning community to be housed on a separate floor. The second floor overlooks a central stage and dining area and the gymnasium has over 7,000 sf of maple flooring. The school grounds and facility are adorned with architectural artifacts from the former Roosevelt High School that once occupied the site. The buiding also houses a permanent display of artwork by the renowned Bing Davis and other local artists. This project required a great deal of strategic planning and coordination due to the fact that the school is joined by a common wall with the Dayton Recreational Complex which was concurrently being built by another contractor on a very limited site area. The resulting is complementary multipurpose facilities for education, athletic and community uses.

Edison PK-8 School

Owner: Dayton Public Schools (an OSFC project)
Owner: Dayton Public Schools (an OSFC project)
Architect: Fanning/Howey Associates, Inc.
Construction Management team member on a new 75,000 sq ft ADA compliant school building in which each learning community is housed on a separate floor. The wood flooring in the gym covers about 7,000 sq ft. The school's energy efficient design includes an ice manufacturing system that runs at night for use during the day, and a white roof to reflect 80% of the sun's heat. Each learning community is housed on a separate floor. The roof is white in color to reflect approximately 80% of the sun’s heat during the day and save on cooling costs and is designed to manufacture ice at night to use for cooling during the day. The building has three levels and is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Kemp Elementary

Owner: Dayton Public Schools (an OSFC project)
Architect: Lorenz Williams, Inc.
Construction Management team member on a 73,713 sq ft new school building. The design features of Kemp Elementary include an entry tower that defines the main entrance and three distinctive learning communities each with its own “front porch” to reflect the character and the neighborhood. The age-specific learning communities are located on an upper level, and the gym, cafetorium, music and related spaces on a lower level, following the contour of the site. The building houses a gymnasium and is equipped with a state-of-the-art computer network, audio enhancement, document cameras, video surveillance and electronic card access. The sitework included both multipurpose and softball fields.

Ruskin Elementary School

Owner: Dayton Public Schools (an OSFC project)
Architect: Robert P. Madison Int'l & Pinnacle
Construction Management team member for new construction of 73,500 sq. ft. one and a half story, PK–8 two-story school building zoned into three academic wings, with a 471 seat gymnasium, auditeria, and kitchen for community use. Amenities include state-of-the-art computer lab, audio enhancement, document cameras, video surveillance, electronic card access. The project required returning the original 1884 school bell to a new bell tower at the front entryway to the school and building of a cupola tower at entry that is reminiscent of the original school.

Stivers School for the Arts

Owner: Dayton Public Schools (an OSFC project)
Architect: Jeff Wray
Construction Management team member for renovation and restoration of an existing 7-12th grade school for performing arts and addition of a new school building encompassing a total of 145,000 sq. ft. The project included renovation of 51 existing classrooms, a new state of the art 600 seat performance auditorium and enhanced studio and gallery space for the school's visual arts program, dance studios, art studios, studios for the performing arts, sound isolation practice rooms, three computer labs, administration area, cafeteria, a 1,354-seat gymnasium, auxiliary gym, audio enhancement, video surveillance, and electronic card access, a lighted regulation soccer field, and a one-fifth mile walking track. The original boiler room and gym were combined to create the new centrally located media center. The existing marble stair and wainscot at the main entrance was restored. Mosaic tile floors and existing woodwork were maintained throughout the building. Original chalkboards were resurfaced with wipe board surfaces.

Tri-Village Schools

Owner: Tri-Village School District (an OSFC project)
Architect: Fanning/Howey Associates, Inc.
Construction Management team member for K-12 addition and renovation project encompassing 71,000 sq. ft. of new construction and a 51,000 sq. ft. addition to house the kindergarten through twelfth grade as well as the pre-kindergarten. The new facility includes new classrooms in both the high school wing and the elementary wing, band room, chorus room, media center, cafeteria, auditorium, high school gymnasium, elementary gymnasium, baseball field, softball field, and an outdoor track.

Cedar Cliff Middle & High School

Cedar Cliff Middle and High School
Owner: Cedarville Local School District
Architect: Garmann Miller and Associates

Cedar Cliff School is a new 112,100 sf PK-12 building with a brick and burnished block façade. This building is LEED Silver Certified with state-of-the-art energy efficient systems, including a geothermal loop system, chilled beam HVAC, and energy efficient lighting. The building has a new athletic/music wing, an elementary wing, and a middle/high school wing that are separated by a two-story central hub or auditeria which serves as both the student dining area and a theatrical stage. The second floor balconies surrround and overlook the stage and lead to a central media center. The school remained in session in the existing school building throughout the construction process. The close proximity of students and staff required tedious construction coordination due to the relatively small site. The older portion of the building was abated and demolished after occupancy of the new space.

Armory Build-Out

Owner: Gottschlich & Portune
Architect: The Architectural Group
Interior build-out of the first floor of the historic Armory Building, an important 19th century architectural landmark in Dayton’s Oregon District. The project required restoration of an open warehouse space to include eight attorney’s offices, reception area, entryway and waiting room. A beautiful outcome was achieved through close collaboration between the architect and contractor, intentional respect for the landmark, and meticulous attention to detail. The work was awarded the Montgomery County Historical Society’s 2001 Ionic Columns Award, and Preservation Dayton, Inc.’s 2001 Community Preservation Award.

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Bing Davis Studio

Owner: Willis "Bing" Davis
Architect: Rogero Buckman
Total renovation of an abandoned building into a functional two-story art studio and business office space in Dayton's historic Wright-Dunbar Neighborhood.

Hahn Road Bridge

Owner: Clark County Commissioners
Construction of a new pre-press Box Beam Bridge.

North Wellfield Construction

Owner: City of Englewood
Removal of two existing wellhouses and installation of a 12” ductile iron water main including flowmeters and pit. Construction of two new wellhouses with 8" concrete block walls, including piping, pumps, chlorine equipment, HVAC, plumbing and electrical.


Owner: The Ohio State University
Architects: Various
1357 Nosker House (2000)-Renovation of the exterior and interior main entry of the dormitory to include selective demolition, earthwork, storm sewer, landscaping, site improvements and total refurbishing of the building’s interior.

1300 Arps Hall (11/1999)-Renovation of two floors of the College of Business Library to include the addition of a new mid-floor level and total refinishing of all areas. Term Contract Building Repairs (1997-2000) Various structural, mechanical and cosmetic building repairs throughout the OSU campus.

Miami Valley Hospital Dispatch Center

Renovation of existing Police Dispatch Center to incorporate a new property room, restroom and storage room. Upgraded wall with bullet resistance panels and a new dispatch system station.

Mercedes of Centerville

Owner: Bob Ross Auto Group
Architect: Interior and exterior renovation of auto dealership.

MVRTA Northwest Maxi Hub

Owner: Miami Valley Regional Transit Authority
Architect: Architects Associated Inc.
Complete interior and exterior renovation of the Regional Transit Authority's Northwest Hub facility. Project included the addition of office space and a new 8,000 square foot child daycare facility.

Riebold 1999

Owner: Montgomery County Dept of Public Works
Architect: Architects Associated Inc.
Various areas of demolition, renovation and concrete infill to offices and mechanical rooms. Freight elevation addition and restoration of existing elevators.

Germantown Library

Miami Valley Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Center

Owner: Premier Health Partners
Architect: NBBJ
Construction Management team member on the Miami Valley South Hospital’s Comprehensive Cancer Center and Medical Office Building, a new 269,000 sf ambulatory care campus including a 24-hour emergency department, diagnostic/treatment center, 5-story medical office building, 2-story parking garage, helipad & MICU garage. The new structure was completed adjacent to the existing facility and includes areas for medical oncology, gynecological oncology, chemotherapy, pharmacy, laboratory, radiation oncology and imaging. It also houses the area's first TrueBeam Linear Accelerator, and the infusion areas feature floor to ceiling windows overlooking the center's healing garden.

Dakota Center

Owner: The Dakota Center
Architect: Edge & Tinney Architects, Inc.
New construction of a 12,000 square foot community facility which included the construction of a 6,400 square foot gymnasium. The building is steel framed and masonry infilled. The ceilings in the administrative wing are vaulted with skylights to allow for an abundance of natural lighting.

New Image Eye Center (TheEyeSite)

Owner: Dr. Chris Colvin & Associates
Architect: Bricker & Associates
New construction of a 6,000 s/f ophthalmology clinic in Springfield, Ohio. The building features an upscale retail entryway, residential style waiting and reception area, doctor's offices, exam rooms, and retail space. Project included demolition of former office, site work and new parking lot.

Sinclair Pedestrian Bridge Infrastructure

Owner: Sinclair Community College
Architect: Lorenz & Williams
Construction of two pedestrian bridge structures connecting the college's Center for Interactive Learning to the Parking Garage and Building 12.

Small World ECDC

Owner: Larry & Christine Sanders
Design/Build of a new 4,300 sq.ft. single story child care facility with masonry veneer wainscot and exterior insulation finish system. Includes administrative offices, toddler, pre-school & crib areas, commercial kitchen and gymnasium/multi-purpose room. This new building is an addition to the original (2000) D/B project and an earlier (2006) expansion which is located on the adjacent property and connected by a portico.

VOA 1999

Owner: Montgomery County Dept of Public Works
Architect: Lorenz & Williams Architects
Construction of a new 30,000 sq.ft. Community Integration Facility.

Westown "Mini" Hub

Owner: Miami Valley Regional Transit Authority
Architect: Architects Associated Inc.
New Park & Ride facility for the Regional Transit Authority's Westown Hub facility.