Gibson by Radius
Our team delivered services for a multi-story, multifamily complex located in the Reynoldstown neighborhood of Atlanta. The design encompasses buildings of six, five, and four stories, carefully stepping down to transition into the predominantly single-family surroundings. Through the expertise of our landscape architects, we seamlessly blended this transition by incorporating decorative plantings and trees along the building’s perimeter. This development comprises a total of 205 residential units with amenities that include a rooftop pool and clubhouse, a business center, a fitness room, retail spaces, and structured parking facilities.
Renaissance at Garden Walk
Our civil engineers, in collaboration with The Housing Authority of Clayton County and design team members, aided in the design and construction of an multi-building independent senior housing development. A porte cochere greets residents and visitors as they arrive to the community. Residents can enjoy a range of amenities, including a communal room, fitness center, social and recreational areas, as well as an outdoor courtyard, event space, and a garden. Landscape Architecture provided by Site Solutions.
Images courtesy of The Benoit Group.
We provided Civil Engineering expertise for various aspects of the adaptive reuse project involving the existing warehouse at 1235 Chattahoochee Avenue, transforming it into retail and restaurant space, and a food hall. This multi-phased redevelopment included a new road extension connecting Permalume Place to Ellsworth Industrial Boulevard and 600 space parking deck. Site improvements along Permalume Place transformed the once industrial roadway to a commercial roadway with parking and access to the retails spaces. New sidewalk, stairs, building demolitions, ADA accessibility, stormwater improvements and restriping were all included in our design.
Most recently we provided civil engineering services to control and route drainage from adjacent property to stabilize the slope east of parking deck. Design also included a new set of stairs to allow pedestrians to travel from the adjacent parking lot to The Works. Eberly & Associates Landscape Architects provided tree protection services.
The Candler Hotel Conversion
Our team provided civil engineering expertise for the the adaptive reuse renovation of the historic Candler building, an existing office building, into a luxury hotel. The newly designed hotel features 265 guest rooms, lounge spaces, a grand ballroom, meeting space, and an upscale French restaurant.
The Candler Building was Atlanta’s first steel skyscraper, was built by Coca-Cola magnate and former mayor Asa Griggs Candler. The renovation of the building, originally built in 1906, focused on preserving and honoring the building’s grand interiors and its ornate marble and terracotta exterior.
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