CCR Issue 3, 2022

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PROJECT PROFILE AWARDS 2022 _ Central Pennsylvania Clinic Location: Belleville, PA Designer: Henry Architecture and Design Contractor: Sunset Construction; Subcontractors: Fisher’s Roofing, A.B. Martin Roofing Supply, E.B. Martin Roofing, Kyfus Metals Sales S-5! The Central Pennsylvania Clinic is a nonprofit medical clinic for children and adults with rare, inherited genetic disorders prevalent among the Amish and Mennonite people. The local community came together to build the facility, with local companies donating labor and materials. Modeled after the Clinic for Special Children in Strasburg, Pennsylvania, a second location was established in Belleville. The building was erected in true Amish fashion, with the community organizing to complete the task much like an old-fashioned barn raising.

Aaron Lodge No. 9 Adaptive Reuse “30 Mac” } Location: Princeton, NJ Designer: JZA Contractor: ML 7 Construction & Design LLC Subcontractor: Harrison-Hamnett, PC; MaGrann Associates With his firm JZA+D, architect Joshua Zinder, AIA, LEED AP, converted a historic masonry and timber frame structure near the center of Princeton, New Jersey, to a multifamily residence. The design for this innovative adaptive reuse introduces an appropriate, much-needed increase in density—helping to fill the “missing middle housing” gap in the area—while preserving one of this quiet, walkable neighborhood’s most iconic buildings and restoring its outward appearance. The sustainably designed project has received Gold-level certification under the LEED for Homes green building standard.

_ Valvoline Instant Oil Change Location: Friendswood, TX Designer: Harrison French & Associates Contractor: Triad Construction, Inc. The Valvoline Instant Oil Change service center sits in the heart of Freindswood, Texas, offering a variety of services, including checks on air filters, tire pressure, windshield wipers and fluid, power steering fluid and antifreeze, and headlights and taillights. The 3,570 square feet facility features three oil change bays and customer lobby area. The service center was built despite supply chain delays in materials, including overhead doors, which took more than 23 weeks to deliver. In addition, there were delays in the wood framing materials and price fluctuations in metal component costs.