This new structure contains office, accessory and circulation space as well as a new diagnostic laboratory facility incorporating sensitive mechanical strategies. The site location and exterior finishes were designed to integrate with surrounding public spaces including the Idaho Botanical Gardens, Historic Idaho State Penitentiary and Boise foothills. *photos supplied by PivotNorth Architecture
Creative solutions using Insulated Concrete Forms was a key structural element of this project that brought energy efficiencies in addition to schedule compression for this clear span and 40 ft-high bay simulator.
Key elements of these facilities include blast, progressive collapse and anti-terrorist force protection measures. Axiom’s scope included a mixed-use parking and utility facility for onsite waste water treatment.
A 10-acre site that includes a new U.S. Embassy office building, a new Marine Security Guard Residence, and community facilities and associated support facilities.
Included on this site are a 7-story office building, 3-story support annex, 3 story recreation building, a 2-story Marine security guard quarters, a warehouse building, a 3-level parking garage, a 1-story utility building, on-site water wall and wastewater treatment plan, fire loop and stormwater management.
This approximately 28,000 sq ft project consisted of structural steel framing and conventional concrete foundations. This project was fast-tracked and design packages where broken into multiple packages to expedite construction due to a short building season. Early foundation and steel packages where submitted for permit within 4 weeks of NTP. Substantial equipment for the simulators… Read More
This approximately 24,000 sq ft project consisted of structural steel framing with Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF) bearing walls and conventional concrete foundations. The high bay of approximately 35 ft was constructed of both cast in place columns and ICF walls to support both the roof structure. An overhead crane rail system was integrated into the… Read More