18 Nov 2019

Farmington Country Club, Utilities Transformation

Farmington Country Club, Utilities Transformation

  We’re sizing up Farmington Country Club’s utility relocation site with our recent drone video. Our team is preparing to set a backup generator that will supply power to the entire club in the event of an outage. It’s no easy feat to set the 15-ton generator via boom crane, but our trusted field staff […]

8 Nov 2019

A Bird’s-eye View

A Bird’s-eye View

The Point Church has seen many changes since our last update. The most visible change being the DensElement sheathing, which was expertly installed by EPC builders. EPC’s team worked quickly to get the building “in the dry” which resulted in a strong shell and watertight seal. Exterior stone veneer was completed on the large terrace […]

22 Oct 2019

550 East Water Street Earns Merit Award from AIA

550 East Water Street Earns Merit Award from AIA

550 East Water Street earned an AIA Award of Merit in the “Contextual Design” category. “This project claims its own identity while still successfully responding to its site between the rail tracks and street. It’s a wonderful example of a good urban infill.” -AIA Virginia Find out more about the AIA Design Awards here: https://www.aiava.org/2019-design-awards-announced/ […]

22 Oct 2019

UVA Baseball Stadium Earns Silver LEED Certification

UVA Baseball Stadium Earns Silver LEED Certification

The UVA Baseball Stadium Expansion has earned a Silver Certification for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED).   The Baseball Stadium Expansion is one of my favorite projects, the Silver Certification is just the cherry on top. I’m a big UVA fan and working on this stadium will always be memorable for me. It’s […]

11 Oct 2019

CBIC Tech Tour 2019

CBIC Tech Tour 2019

On Tuesday, October 8th, we hosted students from Miller School of Albemarle for the CBIC Tech Tour. The Charlottesville Business Innovation Council (CBIC) created the Tech Tour to introduce area middle and high school students to the dynamic, high-tech world that exists in the Greater Charlottesville/Albemarle area. Students from 20 regional schools spent the day traveling to participating […]

4 Oct 2019

Region Ten & Genoa Healthcare Renovations

Region Ten Preston Avenue is leasing 426 SF of space to Geona Healthcare. Genoa plans to support Region Ten’s existing pharmacy operations by providing a larger selection of medications, packaging solutions and additional staff. This partnership will help further Region Ten’s mission of working to provide mental health, intellectual disability and substance use services where […]

27 Sep 2019

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity Renovation

We’re stirring up dust at Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. Careful and selective demolition is underway in this 95-year-old house. The project’s historic tax credits require that most of the original elements of the building remain intact. Our team has identified several features of the house that we’re excluding from demolition. This includes the original hardwood […]

20 Sep 2019

Checking in at Quirk Hotel

We’re excited to share a glimpse of the Quirk Hotel, Charlottesville. When walking on-site, you’d first notice that there are somewhere between 80-100 workers, each with their own specific areas of expertise and projects to complete. You would then walk into the first-floor lobby, which is underway with the installation of high-end drywall finishes and […]

14 Sep 2019

National Truck Driver Appreciation Week – Kevin Rupert

  Kevin Rupert | Truck Driver   Why did you choose a career as a Truck Driver? When I was a child, I used to ride alongside my stepfather in his big truck. I remember talking into the CB radio and thinking it was the coolest job. As an adult, I like meeting new people and […]

13 Sep 2019

National Truck Driver Appreciation Week – Terry Herring

  Terry Herring | Truck Driver   Why did you choose a career as a Truck Driver? I chose this career because I love the independence of it. I also enjoy figuring out the logistics of deliveries. Every day presents a new challenge and that’s what keeps my job interesting. Why did you choose to work […]

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