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The Jefferson Scholars Foundation needed a new home for their Graduate Fellows, so Martin Horn built this expansive project with local architects VMDO.  Martin Horn worked extensively with the owner and architect during pre-construction and performed nearly a dozen value engineering exercises. There are three main buildings surrounding a central courtyard. One building includes a spacious commons, lounge and full kitchen; another houses student offices, reading rooms, and seminar rooms; and the third is mainly administrative with a small conference room. This project earned LEED-Gold.

PROJECT START:  September 2008
PROJECT SIZE: 
30,000 SF
PROJECT DURATION:
18 months
CONTRACT VALUE: 
$13 million
CONTRACT TYPE:
GMP w/shared savings
PROJECT MANAGER:
Rocky Moulton
SUPERINTENDENT: 
Tim Patronik
ESTIMATOR: 
Doug Horn
OWNER:
Thomas Jefferson Foundation
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ONTACT:
James Wright
ARCHITECT:
 VMDO
CONTACT: 
Terry Forbes

 

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