Preserving a Community Landmark
A Historic Factory Becomes a Modern Office
PRESENTED BY
Association of College and
University Housing Officers –
International (ACUHO-I)
ROI Realty Services
Broker /...
ALLIANCE PARTNERS
Hanbury Evans Wright Vlattas Company
Consulting Architect
Design Charrett / Space and Use Planning
Calho...
WHO IS “ACUHO-I”?
The Association of College and University Housing
Officers – International
A 501 C6, non profit membersh...
OFFICE RELOCATION GOALS
An affordable solution, that offers a healthy
environment that supports our people and
the work we...
PROJECT DESIGN GOALS
We set out to honor the building and the neighborhood
while creating a space that was environmentally...
HISTORICAL RENOVATION
Built in
1929
Edward Orton Jr.
1863-1932
Founder,
Entrepreneur,
Teacher
Orton Memorial Laboratory
Howard Dwight Smith
1886-1958
Architect
COMMUNITY COOPERATION
7.2 ACRE GATEWAY PHASE 2
275
Student
housing
250 Young
Professional
60 Supportive
City of Columbus
$19,243,000
State of Ohio
$15,000,000
The Columbus Foundation
$6,326,000
JPMorgan Chase
$4,300,000
United...
SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION
SCowsert@jetzservice.com
Demo’d 3rd Floor
SCowsert@jetzservice.com
Custom
built oak
front door
to match
era style
PRODUCTIVE WORK SPACE
A NEW HOME FOR OUR FUTURE
TOTAL PROJECT COST: $1,967,000
Purchase Price $375,000
Project Costs* $1,349,000
FF&E Donations $223,000
Energy Rebates $1...
FF&E DONORS
Aurora Exhibit Solutions
Blockhouse Contract Furniture
The Brill Company
CORT Furniture
CSC Service Works
Ecol...
SUB-CONTRACTORS & SUPPLIERS
AEP
All Ohio Masonry
All Secured Security Services
Architect Glass
AT&T
Brocon Construction
Ca...
CONTACT INFO
www.acuho-i.org
shaun@acuho-i.org
www.roirealty.com
bill@roirealty.com
M Warner Construction
mikemwarnerinc@s...
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Preserving a Community Landmark: A Historic Factory Becomes a Modern Office

Environmental and sustainable efforts in new construction are expected; however, evaluating and implementing those practices into a historical facility can be challenging. This presentation overviews the process and considerations taken to transform a historical building into a modern, commercial office environment, while embracing the impact on the surrounding community, neighborhood, and historical registry, as presented at the DesignColumbus 2015 Summit by Shaun Holloway, Sallie Traxler, Jenny Kizer, Bill Greenlee, and Michael Bradford. http://www.srholloway.com
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Real Estate      
Source: www.slideshare.net


Transcripts - Preserving a Community Landmark: A Historic Factory Becomes a Modern Office

  • 1. Preserving a Community Landmark A Historic Factory Becomes a Modern Office
  • 2. PRESENTED BY Association of College and University Housing Officers – International (ACUHO-I) ROI Realty Services Broker / Construction & Property Manager M Warner Construction General Contractor
  • 3. ALLIANCE PARTNERS Hanbury Evans Wright Vlattas Company Consulting Architect Design Charrett / Space and Use Planning Calhoun Studio Architect of Record New Avenue Architects & Engineers Structural Engineer
  • 4. WHO IS “ACUHO-I”? The Association of College and University Housing Officers – International A 501 C6, non profit membership organization, serving the collegiate on campus student housing profession Headquartered in Columbus, OH since 1982 Affiliated with The Ohio State University
  • 5. OFFICE RELOCATION GOALS An affordable solution, that offers a healthy environment that supports our people and the work we do with connection to the community and The Ohio State University Facility that honors people and tells a story Personalize and identify with the space
  • 6. PROJECT DESIGN GOALS We set out to honor the building and the neighborhood while creating a space that was environmentally friendly, healthy for our people, and would support the work that we do. Key themes Increased staff communication, access for all, sustainability, pride of place, telling our story, reflecting our staff vision and needs, a permanent home . . . all on a tight budget
  • 7. HISTORICAL RENOVATION
  • 8. Built in 1929
  • 9. Edward Orton Jr. 1863-1932 Founder, Entrepreneur, Teacher Orton Memorial Laboratory
  • 10. Howard Dwight Smith 1886-1958 Architect
  • 11. COMMUNITY COOPERATION
  • 12. 7.2 ACRE GATEWAY PHASE 2 275 Student housing 250 Young Professional 60 Supportive
  • 13. City of Columbus $19,243,000 State of Ohio $15,000,000 The Columbus Foundation $6,326,000 JPMorgan Chase $4,300,000 United Way $3,376,000 The Ohio State University $1,735,000 INVESTMENTS BY W.P. COLLABORATIVE Cardinal Health $150,000 Annie E. Casey Foundation $380,000 2008-2014
  • 14. SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION
  • 15. SCowsert@jetzservice.com Demo’d 3rd Floor
  • 16. SCowsert@jetzservice.com
  • 17. Custom built oak front door to match era style
  • 18. PRODUCTIVE WORK SPACE
  • 19. A NEW HOME FOR OUR FUTURE
  • 20. TOTAL PROJECT COST: $1,967,000 Purchase Price $375,000 Project Costs* $1,349,000 FF&E Donations $223,000 Energy Rebates $19,373 * Under budget 
  • 21. FF&E DONORS Aurora Exhibit Solutions Blockhouse Contract Furniture The Brill Company CORT Furniture CSC Service Works Ecologic Furniture Evo Market Solutions Hanbury Evans Wright Vlattas On Campus Marketing Southwest Contract Tandus Flooring Tower Industries Transformations University Loft
  • 22. SUB-CONTRACTORS & SUPPLIERS AEP All Ohio Masonry All Secured Security Services Architect Glass AT&T Brocon Construction Cary Plumbing Columbia Gas Colvin Equipment Continental Flooring Ecobee Go Sustainable Energy George Neff Company Geotechnical Consultants Griffen Hollow Hardwoods Hina Environmental Liston’s Painting Mid Ohio HVAC MJB Electric Northern Windows ONcomm Communications The Ohio State University Quaker Windows Spal-Tech LLC Thryve Iron Thyssen Krupp Elevator
  • 23. CONTACT INFO www.acuho-i.org shaun@acuho-i.org www.roirealty.com bill@roirealty.com M Warner Construction mikemwarnerinc@sbcglobal.net

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