Community Centers, Churches, Libraries, Performing Arts, and Recreation Facilities are what bond communities and families together. These facilities provide places to socialize, worship, exercise and embrace the communities we live in. We recognize the importance of these unique facilities and their communities.
Each of these facilities requires unique humidity control and acoustics, which play a large role in the MEP design of these special buildings. Without proper humidity control, visitors will be uncomfortable and artifacts, artwork, and books will not last as long. Without proper acoustics, echoed noises will disrupt the enjoyment of the show, book, or gallery. The majority of the education facilities we design include a library, gymnasium, and a performing arts area. Over the course of the past five years, a lot of these facilities are being shared with the community when schools aren’t open. We have been designing community spaces and the special engineering requirements for them for over 30 years.
Some of these projects include:
- Tupperware Performing Arts Building
- Morse Museum in Winter Park, FL.
- Indian River State College/FAU Joint-Use Library
- Lake Sumter Community College/UCF Cooper Memorial Library
- Seminole State College/UCF Partnership Building.
- Braille Library for Florida School for the Deaf and Blind
- Lake Brantley High School Performing Arts Center
- Roper YMCA
- Dover Shores Community Center
- College Park
- Boys and Girls Club
- The Villages Hacienda Clubhouse
- Seminole State College Wellness Center
- City of Orlando Citrus Bowl Expansion
- Houston Astros Spring Training Facility
- Softball Training Facility at Merrill Park
- FGCU Alico Arena Expansion
- Orlando Tennis Center
- St. Margaret Mary Church
- St. Luke’s Lutheran Church
- St. Andrew United Methodist Church
- First Baptist Church of Sebring
- Tuskawilla Presbyterian Church
- Church of Annunciation