Walker Architects has delivered 100% Construction Documents for the new UF College of Veterinary Medicine Clinical Techniques and Skills Assessment Lab, now being built by Oelrich Construction. The CTSA lab is one of the few simulation labs of its kind in the United States, and will be in use by May 2015.
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The St. Augustine Government House, located on King Street in St. Augustine, recently became the first LEED certified historic structure in the state of Florida. The Government House underwent a three-phase rehabilitation which provided modern utility infrastructure and improved energy efficiency, while preserving the historic structural and architectural elements. Phase One of the project renovated 9,405 square feet of interior space on the first floor, converting existing spaces to museum exhibit areas and support spaces. This phase of the project
Walker Architects has teamed up with Oelrich Construction and Affiliated Engineers to design and build the new UF College of Veterinary Medicine Clinical Techniques and Skills Assessment Lab. The CTSA lab is one of the few simulation labs of its kind in the United States. We are very excited by the opportunity to design this unique laboratory.
The Martin H. Levin Advocacy Center achieved LEED Gold for Commercial Interiors certification this year. The build-out of the second floor Advocacy Center was designed by Walker Architects with MEPF consultants Moses & Associates, and was constructed by the Brentwood Company.
Construction progress at the Reitz Union Expansion and Renovation is available for live viewing via Oxblue Construction Camera. Walker Architects has teamed with Cannon Design to provide design and construction administration for this exciting project!
Walker Architects performed preliminary Master Planning Services to evaluate expansion opportunities for the current Chi Institute in Reddick, Florida. Currently in the construction documents phase, the 15,180 gross square foot expansion will consist of site improvements and the construction of three free standing buildings on the current site. New spaces include: 3000 square foot classroom, multi-functional library and museum space, clinic and lab space for 100 students, and a courtyard.