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This two-level building was designed to accomodate the Commissioner of Revenue offices and the Building Inspections department for Campbell County. The facade of this building is a blend of metal panels, masonry, glass and features a standing seam metal roof. The interior is highlighted by custom woodwork coordinated with glass and metal. The unique aspect of this building was the "spray applied" thermal/moisture barrier.
The Jamerson YMCA sits on property donated by J.E. Jamerson and Sons. This 60,000 square foot multi-purpose facility includes a fitness center, dance studio, gymnasium, wellness center, two pools and community rooms. Since completion in 2003, J.E. Jamerson and Sons has added a technology-driven children's gym and expanded the fitness areas. J.E. Jamerson and Sons was selected to team with the Owner's architect on this design build project.
Hampden-Sydney College was founded in 1775 and it is important to them to preserve the historical character of their campus. This negotiated project was a series of additions and the historical restoration to one of the oldest buildings on campus. J.E. Jamerson and Sons matched the existing architectural woodwork details by utilitizing our woodworking shop in the Jamerson Building Supply Company.
The new complex, that includes Gammon Gymnasium and its additions and renovations was renamed the Kirk Athletic Center. The Kirk Athletic Center houses all the intercollegiate athletic teams with the exception of basketball. The gym contains auditorium seating for 500, and acoustic alterations were made to enhance renovations and functionality.
J.E. Jamerson and Sons negotiated with the Wintergreen Resort to add a spa facility to their mountaintop aquatics and fitness center. The existing building had to maintain operations during construction to serve resort guests. This steel and wood framed structure had to be constructed to the high standards demanded by the Owner. It features spa treatment rooms, locker rooms and lounges that take advantage of the panoramic views offered by this mountaintop resort.
This design build project was a total makeover of a 1952 era 50,000 square foot primary school. 30,000 square feet of new additions were added as well as site improvements for new vehicular traffic, added parking and stormwater maintenance. This project was completed in 15 months and came in $500,000 under budget. The primary features include a new student services wing, a new multipurpose building, a new kitchen/serving area and cafeteria as well as 6 new classrooms. The key challenge was renovating the existing facility including mechanical and electrical and a renovated library in 3 months.