This building is a combination of the original 1939 bottling plant and warehouse, 1955 warehouse addition, and 1981 distribution center.  Renovations included upgrades of infrastructure, new mechanical equipment, new roof, new elevator, new historically accurate windows, fasçade repairs and restoration, and restoration of the original terrazzo floor.  Certain details of the project required accurate and careful reproduction when they could not be salvaged.  The new site included a permeable paved parking area, patio with retaining walls and accessibility improvements.   Upon completion, the project qualified for DHR and NPS tax credits for Historic Restoration.  The building ultimately became a mixed use, multi-tenant facility and houses a restaurant, offices for UVA Innovations and Ticket Master, as well as a bike shop and Juice Bar.

PROJECT START:  September 2014
PROJECT SIZE:
38,000 SF
PROJECT DURATION:
 10 months
CONTRACT VALUE: 
$3.4 Million
CONTRACT TYPE: 
Design-Build
PROJECT MANAGER:
Troy Royston
SUPERINTENDENT:  
Mo Kuper
ESTIMATOR:
Troy Royston
OWNER:
Riverbend Development
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ONTACT:
Alan Taylor, alan@riverbenddev.com
ARCHITECT:
 Martin Horn
CONTACT:
Troy Royston, troy@martinhorn.com

 

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