Hospitality

115 Calhoun Street Hotel  
       
description
 
The project is a new 50 room boutique hotel and includes an existing historic house which will be renovated for hotel use as a restaurant/bar/kitchen, meeting rooms/lounge and offices. The project is three stories over parking and includes a roof top suite with terrace overlooking Calhoun Street.
 
       
client
  115 Calhoun Hospitality, LLC  
location
  Charleston, South Carolina  
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Best Western Hotel  
       
description
 
The project was the renovation and refurbishment of the existing Howard Johnson Riverfront
Hotel at 250 Spring Street in Charleston, SC. The existing hotel is 152 rooms on 8 floors.
The hotel was renovated/upgraded to Best Western standards. Major renovations included
redesign of a new porte cochere and entry lobby, ADA access, exterior lighting, exterior
signage, exterior colors, and a total interior refurbishment.
 
       
client
  Mountain Top Management  
location
  Charleston, South Carolina  
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Concord Park  
       
description
 

Our firm was part of the Architectural team with Niles Bolton, Sasaki Associates, and Wood Partners on this design competition for a major mixed-use project for the City of Charleston at Concord Park.  The project included 160 + condominium units over 30,000 + sq. ft. of retail, an office building, a 50 room hotel and plaza over a structured parking level of 200 + cars.  Estimated construction cost was $75-$80 million.

 
       
client
  Wood Partners  
location
  Ansonborough Field, Charleston,SC  
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Dorchester Hotel  
       
description
 
 
       
client
  Applegate and Company/ City of Summerville  
location
  Summerville, South Carolina  
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Harbour View Inn  
       
description
 

Renovation of J.C. Bradford Building for
Courtyard by Marriott Hotel

This Art Deco building was originally the Third National Bank Building and is located at the edge of the District in downtown Nashville and is adjacent to Printers’ Alley.

The firm provided architectural, design, construction documents and construction administration for this adaptive reuse and renovation. This 12 story office building at 4th Avenue and Church Street was converted into a 192 room Courtyard by Marriott Hotel.

The 150,000 sq. ft. hotel includes lobby, administrative areas, restaurant dining and lounge, kitchen, conference spaces, hotel services, staff lounge and lockers, indoor pool and spa and exercise facilities, and ancillary spaces including sub-basement staff parking. The building is on the National Register and will receive historic tax credits. Elements such as the renovation of the existing exterior of the building, restoration of marble floors, elevator surrounds on the lobby level and restoration of the banking room into a dining area must all meet historic restoration guidelines.

The building was built in two phases including the original turn of the century structure and a 1940's addition. The construction includes replacement of floors in the old structure, new roofs, and total replacement of all interior walls and partitions to create an up-to-date well-functioning hotel. All new HVAC system, electrical, and plumbing systems are also part of the project.

 
       
client
  Palmetto Commercial Properties, Inc.  
location
  Charleston, South Carolina  
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Holiday Inn Express  
       
description
 
The project is a 3 story 105 room Holiday Inn Express hotel to be located on a 2.2 acre site at Highway 17 North at Stockade Lane in Mt. Pleasant, SC. The design of the hotel was based on the elements in the new Holiday Inn Express prototype design with changes as required by the Town of Mt. Pleasant design requirements and height restrictions.The building will have a front drive-thru canopy and outdoor pool area in the rear. The prototype design was modified to vary the facade design and to articulate the building height at the parapet. Exterior materials were changed to brick. The structural system was changed from wood frame to CMU/concrete planks and structure was designed for seismic/hurricane wind loads.
 
       
client
  Jupiter Holdings, Inc.  
location
  Mount Pleasant, South Carolina  
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Holiday Inn Express Conversion  
       
description
 
This project was the renovation of, and conversion of the Best Western Hotel to a Holiday Inn Express. Rooms were refurbished, and the existing entry and entry lobby were moved to the front of the building. A new lobby, coffee shop, and lounge were created and a porte cochere was added to the front of the building.

The exterior of the building was redesigned to create a new look. Goff D'Antonio Associates assisted in the design and design permitting with the City, as well as Construction Administration.
 
       
client
  KPS Group  
location
  Charleston, South Carolina  
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Hotel at Marion Square  
       
description
 

The firm is working on the design of this 185 room hotel located on the Charleston peninsula on a prominent parcel of land facing King Street and Marion Square (formerly the Charleston County Library site).

The design of this project was done in association with Fairfax and Sammons, New York City.

 
       
client
  Bennett Hofford Company  
location
  Charleston, South Carolina  
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Marriott Hotel/Renovation of J.C. Bradford  
       
description
 

Renovation of J.C. Bradford Building for
Courtyard by Marriott Hotel

This Art Deco building was originally the Third National Bank Building and is located at the edge of the District in downtown Nashville and is adjacent to Printers’ Alley. The firm provided architectural, design, construction documents and construction administration for this adaptive reuse and renovation. This 12 story office building at 4th Avenue and Church Street was converted into a 192 room Courtyard by Marriott Hotel.

The 150,000 sq. ft. hotel includes lobby, administrative areas, restaurant dining and lounge, kitchen, conference spaces, hotel services, staff lounge and lockers, indoor pool and spa and exercise facilities, and ancillary spaces including sub-basement staff parking. The building is on the National Register and will receive historic tax credits. Elements such as the renovation of the existing exterior of the building, restoration of marble floors, elevator surrounds on the lobby level and restoration of the banking room into a dining area must all meet historic restoration guidelines.

The building was built in two phases including the original turn of the century structure and a 1940's addition. The construction includes replacement of floors in the old structure, new roofs, and total replacement of all interior walls and partitions to create an up-to-date well-functioning hotel. All new HVAC system, electrical, and plumbing systems are also part of the project.

 
       
client
  Nashville Hotel, LLC  
location
  Nashville, Tennessee  
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