Baker Hall <br> Yale University

This comprehensive $60M renovation and adaptive reuse project transformed a 1950s pre-cast concrete building into a residential and learning campus extension for the Law School. The renovated 137,000 sf building is designed to respond to the context of the historic Sterling Law Building located across Tower Parkway. Work included significant seismic load redistribution and strengthening […]

Door County Granary

Preservation and adaptive reuse of a 75-foot-tall timber-framed grain elevator originally located on the Washburn dock along Sturgeon Bay’s west side waterfront. Constructed in 1901, the structure was added to the State and National Register of Historic Places in 2017 and 2018, respectively. Structural work includes new foundations, wood repairs, new fenestrations and access paths, […]

Nanotronics Smart Factory<br>Brooklyn Navy Yard, Building 20

Adaptive reuse of a 45,000 sf Civil War era shipbuilding warehouse for an advanced manufacturing facility and headquarters. The design approach leaves the shell of the long narrow building largely intact by inserting approximately 18,000 sf of stacked, enclosed yet transparent cross-laminated timber (CLT) and glass “pods” on two floors with double-height public spaces nestled […]

Battery Maritime Building

Adaptive reuse of historic landmark listed on the National Register of Historic Places and still functioning as an active ferry terminal. Located on the southern tip of Manhattan, the Battery Maritime Building was completed in 1909, and is the last remaining East River ferry terminal. The building fell into severe disrepair in the mid to […]