Cromwell has been assisting the city of Eureka Springs to repurpose their former High School into a mixed use recreation, office and retail center at the entrance of the city on Highway 62. The existing original Maximlite structure will be modified into an outdoor community gathering space for farmer's markets, performances and community gatherings. The classroom wing will be repurposed into office space, retail and community arts classes. The gym will remain a gym, but will be improved to hold more flexible community events, including conventions, athletic events and concerts. The parking lot and landscaping will be improved to add a playground and future community swimming pool. All improvements will be made with community involvement and be within the context of the Eureka Springs Historic District.
Guam Commissary was in need of planning options to help determine what design choices they had for renovating the Commissary. Cromwell's design team conducted a site visit and developed a study on the Commissary to provide mulitple renovation options. The design team worked with planners, stakeholders, and installation leadership to best develop a plan and conceptual designs that would meet DeCA design criteria and budget.
DeCA is looking for low cost options to renovate the appearance and operation of their Ft. Benning store while staying within a $10,000.00 budget. Cromwell visited the site and provided a Charette report with recommendations on how to renovate Mechanical, Fire Protection, Electrical, and Architectural elements for best use within the allotted budget.
DeCA is looking for low cost options to renovate the appearance and operation of the store while staying within a $10,000.00 budget. Cromwell visited the site and provided a Charette report with recommendations on how to renovate the Mechanical, Fire Protection, Electrical, and Architectural elements.
This 7105 SF renovation and addition will enable the MiniMart in Yorktown, VA, to expand the current store and add additional services while making more room for current services. The renovation will allow for expansion of the uniform store, tailor shop, and barber shop. The redesign will allow for a reconfiguration of the sales floor to improve patron comfort and flow, the additional of a food and beverage bar, and 16 additional freezer cases.
DeCA is moving their main commissary store from Yongsan Commissary in Seoul to Camp Humphreys in Pyeongtaek. Yongsan would like to keep a smaller commissary operation on base at Yongsan. They are renovating an old library building to serve as the new space. Cromwell assisted with evaluating the library building for deficiencies and issues that may arise with renovating this building for commissary use. Site Inspection, a Facility Condition Assessment, drawings of existing floorplans and demolition plans, and recommendations for upgrades were all included in this project.
Vandenburg Commissary in California is renovating their existing 50,000 SF commissary to upgrade HVAC and refrigeration equipment. Cromwell assisted the commissary with recommendations for equipment replacement, the reconfigeration of several interior areas, replacement/repair of flooring, finishes, and signage associated with the renovation in accordance to current DeCA design criteria.
Centro Hispano is a non-profit organization in Jonesboro, AR, that provides legal, social, cultural, educational, and health resources to the growing Hispanic community in Norteast Arkansas. They began the process of working on a new 5000 SF headquarters in 2014 and it was completed in 2017. This new building will serve as a community center as well as an administrative building and will support the wide variety of Centro Hispano's services with expandable classrooms, a kitchen, a computer lab and an inviting front desk and lobby. Designed for expansion, the center will continue to expand with the growing community.
The National Center for Toxicolgical Research was in need of a new primate quarantine room at their research facility in Jefferson, Arkansas. Cromwell assisted the engineers at NCTR with locating the best space in their current facility for the new room and the design for the renovation. The facility had a number of specialized design requirements included such as flexibility in design for future expansion and reduction, clean room technology, and a decontamination chamber.
Cromwell provided HVAC monitoring services to Greene County Tech in order to identify deficiencies and provide design documents to correct these deficiencies.