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Four Waterfront Park is one of four unique office buildings designed for JOMA (Properties) Ltd. by leading design firm, OBMI which will comprise the landmark Waterfront Park office complex at Port Purcell that includes extensive public spaces and business amenities. Four Waterfront Park will consist of 72,000 square feet. The entire Waterfront Park complex will provide a safe, well-planned and self-contained business environment for offices supported by appropriate retail, business services and dining facilities. Over time, Waterfront Park is intended to become an iconic and dynamic new business center in the expanding urban area of Road Town.


Over time, Waterfront Park is intended to become an iconic and dynamic new business center in the expanding urban area of Road Town.


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our Waterfront Park is one of four unique office buildings designed for JOMA (Properties) Ltd. by leading design firm, OBMI which will comprise the landmark Waterfront Park office complex at Port

Purcell that includes extensive public spaces and business amenities. Four Waterfront Park will consist of 72,000 square feet. The entire Waterfront Park complex will provide a safe, well-planned and selfcontained business environment for offices supported by appropriate retail, business services and dining facilities. Over time, Waterfront Park is intended to become an iconic and dynamic new business center in the expanding urban area of Road Town.


DESIGN

FOUR WATERFRONT PARK

through the manipulation of form and use of bold colour in the design of

represent the leading edge of building design for Class A offices.

Waterfront Park aims to create a dramatic presence along the coastline the component buildings. The design also seeks to create a dramatic and dynamic image along the highway to announce the project as a

major advance in the aesthetic, experiential, and functional quality of commercial development in the BVI.

This will be the largest of the office buildings in the complex. It will The design, while forward-looking, is in keeping with established

modernist expressions and is suited to commercial or institutional tenants. Large floor-plates and wide spans will offer maximum flexibility for tenant customization.

In addition to iconic architecture, JOMA intends to pursue LEED

The building will be located in a master-planned development which

each phase of the development as evidence of our commitment to

amenities offered in close proximity.

(Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification for sustainable development including ‘green’ building in the BVI.

Landscaped areas will contribute to the experiential quality of the

development as well as providing cooling for the buildings and shade for occupants of outdoor areas. Terraced areas adjacent to the

buildings allow for the potential of outdoor seating for cafes, restaurants and similar establishments. Minimal evening lighting will ensure

that these areas are safe at night while avoiding light pollution to the surrounding areas.

aims to be self-contained and self-sustaining with a wide range of

Retail uses such as restaurants, cafés, convenience stores, and

service businesses such as dry-cleaners, trans-shippers, and others

will also be encouraged within the development. This will promote use of the recreational spaces by the building occupants as well as reduce the necessary number of vehicular trips per day by providing essential services on site.


UTILITIES AND SERVICES

The Four Waterfront Park will have its own back-up power generation, water and sanitary systems, fire protection, air conditioning and trash

collection. There is an element of shared and overlapping parking, but each phase will be provided with parking that meets then current Town

& Country Planning Department regulations at the time of construction.

POWER

The building will be provided with its own back-up generator housed

within the building envelope. It will be connected to the BVIEC supply

and run primarily off this supply. The generator will provide capacity for three working days of continuous operation of essential systems.

WATER AND SEWER

The building will use water collected and recycled onsite for all day to day needs. Top up from municipal supply will be manually controlled

and on an emergency basis only. The buildings will be connected to the municipal sewage system. Grey water and storm water will be recycled on site for use in irrigation.

FIRE PROTECTION

The building will be provided with its own cistern to store water for use in the event of a fire. This reserve will be maintained at all times and

topped-up immediately after an event. Fire hoses and standpipes will be provided at the exit stairs and lobbies on each floor. Buildings will be fully sprinklered.

ACCESSIBILITY

The building will meet the requirements of the Americans with

Disabilities Act will also be taken into account in order to design the buildings and site for universal accessibility.


Commerce House is the leading edge of architecture representing a significant departure from the established construction patterns in the BVI. Features include, all modern amenities - elevator, fire suppression, lightning protection, monitored security and more. It is the home of leading professional firms.


Why Partner with JOMA? JOMA’s property portfolio includes FedEx Building and Caribbean Cellars Center at Lower Estate,

the refurbished Road Reef Plaza, Port Purcell Commercial Estate, the O’Neal Building in Road Town (occupied by Harneys), the Barracks Building at 171 Main Street (occupied by Walkers), Commerce House, and several other properties.

Our capabilities include project management and delivery with qualified construction management on staff. We have the strongest property management team in the British Virgin Islands with a proven track record of providing professional property management for all of its properties and delivering first-rate facilities to its tenants. We utilize industry-leading property management software for delivery of a comprehensive management solution for our tenants.

In addition, its board of directors is made up of professionals who are fully aware of the needs

and expectations of like-minded professionals dedicated to providing a high quality product for discerning tenants.

For further information and Base Building specs regarding this project or other JOMA projects contact JOMA’s Chief Executive Officer, Colin O’Neal at (284) 494-7171 or by e-mail at

coneal@jomaproperties.com.

Below from left to right: The Barracks building, FedEx Building and the Road Reef Plaza redevelopment


General Description

Four Waterfront Park is one of four unique office buildings designed by OBMI which will comprise the landmark Waterfront Park office complex at Port Purcell that includes extensive public spaces and business amenities. Four Waterfront Park will consist of 72,000 square feet. The entire Waterfront Park complex will provide a safe, well-planned and self-contained business environment for offices supported by appropriate retail, business services and dining facilities.

Design Architect

OBMI

Project Architect

Joma Design

General Contractor

TBD

Mechanical Engineer

Gartek Inc.

Structural Engineer

Systems Engineering Ltd.

Completion Date

2016

Building Height

5 Storeys

Design Load

50 -100 pounds per square foot – Office. 200 pounds per square - Mechanical

Rentable Area Typical

All estimates are approximates Total: 62,000 s.f. Floor 1: 5,000 s.f. Floors 2 – 5: 16,150 s.f.

Ceiling Heights

Slab to slab heights on office floors average 13’ Standard floor to ceiling height is 9’

Interior Column Spacing

Generally every 20/25 feet

HVAC - General

The Building Automation and Energy Management System is primarily Johnson Control equipment.

HVAC Design Criteria

The Building’s HVAC systems are designed to meet Miami Building Code requirements. Design conditions are based upon occupancy of not more than one person per 100 usable square feet.

Air Conditioning

Cooling is provided by chilled water supplied from a central cooling plant Air conditioning systems are decentralized and consist of single floor variable air volume systems with an internal water reclaim circuit.

Electricity

Power consists of 6 watts per usable square foot, connected load, supplied by BVI Electricity Corporation. Two closets per floor. Backup power by diesel generator to supply all essential services in the building.

Telephone/Data

Two closets per floor.

Elevators

There will be two passenger elevators with a capacity of 2,000 lbs each. There will be one freight elevator with a capacity of 2,000 lbs.

Building Amenities

Secure controlled environment in private estate. Onsite building management by JOMA. Direct access to retailers, restaurants and business services. Extensive public spaces and waterfront promenade. Proximity to other professional offices and service providers. Private parking, Public Transportation access.


Aerial view of Proposed Complex


4 Waterfront Park BVI  

Joma is a BVI based property development company.

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