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The first mixed-use building in Albemarle County, Abington Place at Hollymead Town Center is a 3-story project with interesting features. The first level is office space, and the second and third levels are 56 units of residential condominiums, all built around a central radius. The building is a composite structural steel and wood framing system, and is using an innovative CEM stone siding. CEM stone is a decorative fiber-reinforced cement board designed for interior and exterior cladding applications.

PROJECT START:  April 2007
PROJECT SIZE:
66,472 SF
PROJECT DURATION:
16 months
CONTRACT VALUE: 
$9,367,021
CONTRACT TYPE:
Lump Sum
PROJECT MANAGER:
Ray Perkins
SUPERINTENDENT: 
Mike McNulty
ESTIMATOR: 
Chuck Miller
OWNER:
Ashton and Marion Trice
ARCHITECT:
 Daggett & Grigg Architects
CONTACT:
Bill Daggett

 

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