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Sugar Creek Montessori School – Rodzina Construction

Sugar Creek Montessori School – Rodzina Construction

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Location: Fulshear, TX
Total sq.ft.: 17,000
Roof slope: 3:12
Roof panels: SuperLok
General Contractor: Rodzina Construction
Erector/Roofing Contractor: Camacho Steel Erectors
Designer/Architect: Husmann Architecture

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Max Bowl – Patterson Construction

Max Bowl – Patterson Construction

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Location: Baytown, TX
Roof panels: SuperLok
Wall panels: NuWall
General Contractor: Patterson Construction
Designer/Architect: Tipps Arch.

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Korean Church School – Nexus Construction

Korean Church School – Nexus Construction

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Location: Houston, TX
Total sq.ft.: 9,124
Wall panels: PBR
General Contractor: Nexus Construction
Erector/Roofing Contractor: Genesis Erector
Designer/Architect: Nexus Construction

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Gym Expansion – Nexus Construction

Gym Expansion – Nexus Construction

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Location: Houston, TX
Total sq.ft.: 2,040
Wall panels: PBR
General Contractor: Nexus Construction
Erector/Roofing Contractor: Genesis Erector
Designer/Architect: Nexus Construction

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Bay Area Preschool – Mike Bricker & Associates, Inc.

Bay Area Preschool – Mike Bricker & Associates, Inc.

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Location: League City, TX
Total sq.ft.: 31,008
Roof slope: 1:12
Roof panels: DoubleLok
Wall panels: PBU
Special features: This building features classrooms, a welcome center and administrative offices. This building also has a mezzanine with hurricane windows and glass curtain wall supports.
General Contractor: Mike Bricker & Associates, Inc.
Erector/Roofing Contractor: Dillon Construction
Designer/Architect: Joe Milton Architects

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Bay Area Athletic Center – Mike Bricker & Associates, Inc.

Bay Area Athletic Center – Mike Bricker & Associates, Inc.

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Location: League City, TX
Total sq.ft.: 31,008
Roof slope: 1:12
Roof panels: DoubleLok
Wall panels: PBU
Special features: This building features a weigh and workout room along with a high school collegiate gymnasium with hurricane windows and glass curtain wall supports.
General Contractor: Mike Bricker & Associates, Inc.
Erector/Roofing Contractor: Dillon Construction
Designer/Architect: Joe Milton Architects

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Frassati Gym – Huffco Services

Frassati Gym – Huffco Services

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Huffo Services, Inc. served as the builder for the new gym at Frassati Catholic School in Spring, Texas. The 51,990-square-foot gymnasium and fine arts building features a 17,000-square-foot gymnasium with two volleyball/basketball courts. The building features a hybrid structure framing system and an Ultra-Dek® roof system. The open cell spray foamed walls and roof ensure energy efficiency and the opti-liner fabric on the gym ceiling add additional specialty features to the building.

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Fun and Fitness – DMAC Construction

Fun and Fitness – DMAC Construction

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Fun & Fitness Gymnastics, a 2014 Mid-West Design Build Award of Excellence winner, is a gymnastics facility near Houston. DMAC Construction, Katy, TX, was the general contractor and Ramco Steel Erectors, Houston, was the erector. The architect was Virna Scharunovych of Koval Partners.

The building contains approximately 22,000 square feet on the ground floor and will expand to nearly 28,000 square feet when the mezzanine is completed in the next several years.  The structure is 180’ by 130’ and has an eave height of 26’ with a roof slope of ¾:12. The building is a steel structured building with a standing seam roof. It is clad with an insulated stucco panel with self-contained insulation, resulting in an energy efficiency rating near 25, almost twice the rating of the best contemporary, energy-efficient air-conditioning system.

The project utilizes a 24-gauge Solar White DoubleLok roof panel. The wall panels are Metl Span 2.5” thick CF42 insulated metal panels installed vertically on two elevations and horizontally on two elevations. These panels have a urethane core and Light Mesa profiles on both the exterior and interior faces. The exterior faces of the panels are Light Gray and Antique Bronze, both 24-gauge material. The finish on the Light Gray is TuffCast and the finish on Antique Bronze is TextureCast-Matta Matte. The interior face color is Igloo White SG with a Polyester finish on 26-gauge material. Both horizontal and vertical stack joints were employed in the design, and rubber gasket material was used to make seals at the joints.

There is a 30’ curved radius recessed wall entrance at one corner of the building. The recessed entrance has a 24-gauge Artisan Smooth Gloss White soffit panel attached to the underside mezzanine floor joist with hat sections.

 

 

Permalink The Fort Bend ISD Aquatic Center is a swimming facility that utilizes pre-engineered and structural steel in the  buildings that comprise the center;  a 40,000 square foot practice facility consisting of a 31,500 square foot pool enclosure and a 7,700 square foot support facility.

The pool enclosure is a pre-engineered steel structure, featuring light transmitting roof panels for enhanced light transmittance. Side walls are alternating panels of CMU and operable light transmitting panels. Operable walls and motorized skylight allow the pool area to be naturally ventilated during the summer and milder temperatures.

Adjacent to the pool is the administration services building, which contains offices, locker rooms, weight room , restrooms and public areas. General Contractor was Gamma Construction of Houston; erector and roofing contractor was Steel Masters; Designer was Kirksey Architecture.
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Fort Bend ISD Aquatic Center – Gamma Construction

Fort Bend ISD Aquatic Center – Gamma Construction

The Fort Bend ISD Aquatic Center is a swimming facility that utilizes pre-engineered and structural steel in the  buildings that comprise the center;  a 40,000 square foot practice facility consisting of a 31,500 square foot pool enclosure and a 7,700 square foot support facility.

The pool enclosure is a pre-engineered steel structure, featuring light transmitting roof panels for enhanced light transmittance. Side walls are alternating panels of CMU and operable light transmitting panels. Operable walls and motorized skylight allow the pool area to be naturally ventilated during the summer and milder temperatures.

Adjacent to the pool is the administration services building, which contains offices, locker rooms, weight room , restrooms and public areas. General Contractor was Gamma Construction of Houston; erector and roofing contractor was Steel Masters; Designer was Kirksey Architecture.

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Permalink Inspire Rock Gym, a 2013 Mid-West Design Build Award of Excellence winner, is located in Spring, Texas, and houses 17,000 vertical square feet of climbing walls, offices, a restaurant, retail, a yoga room, locker rooms and a child care area. Seven building frames were combined to create the structure and it features a 4,475 square foot mezzanine. Due to the rock walls, the mezzanine required different loads in different areas.  The 16,800 square foot building features PBU end wall and sidewall panels and PBR roofing panels. Owens Corning Optiliner was utilized in the roof to achieve an R-30 value and 5-1/2″ open cell spray foam was used on all the walls to achieve R-19. General Contractor was Huffco Services, Conroe, and erector and roofing contractor was Ramco.
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Inspire Rock Gym – Huffco Services

Inspire Rock Gym – Huffco Services

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Inspire Rock Gym, a 2013 Mid-West Design Build Award of Excellence winner, is located in Spring, Texas, and houses 17,000 vertical square feet of climbing walls, offices, a restaurant, retail, a yoga room, locker rooms and a child care area. Seven building frames were combined to create the structure and it features a 4,475 square foot mezzanine. Due to the rock walls, the mezzanine required different loads in different areas.  The 16,800 square foot building features PBU end wall and sidewall panels and PBR roofing panels. Owens Corning Optiliner was utilized in the roof to achieve an R-30 value and 5-1/2″ open cell spray foam was used on all the walls to achieve R-19. General Contractor was Huffco Services, Conroe, and erector and roofing contractor was Ramco.