Cooper Carry Rehabilitation + Adaptive Reuse eBrochure

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REHABILITATION + ADAPTIVE REUSE


© 2021 Cooper Carry


COOPER CARRY

At Cooper Carry, we approach our work as a collaborative ecosystem. We offer multiple studios and services that come together daily to provide each project the depth of knowledge needed to meet and exceed objectives. Our breadth of experience goes far beyond broad building types, allowing us to engage in more possibilities and offer more creative solutions. Cooper Carry’s leaders are advocates and authorities for their specialties, empowered by decades of expertise to make decisions that prioritize placemaking, civic space, and the greater good of communities, tenants, residents and visitors.


A VARIETY OF SERVICES THAT GO BEYOND ARCHITECTURE

ARCHITECTURE

URBAN PLANNING

INTERIOR DESIGN

E N V I R O N M E N TA L GRAPHIC DESIGN

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

S U S TA I N A B L E DESIGN

R E H A B I L I TAT I O N + ADAPTIVE REUSE

BRANDING + MARKETING


A GROUP OF STUDIOS SHARING SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTISE

H O S P I TA L I T Y

GOVERNMENT

SCIENCE + TECHNOLOGY

OFFICE WORKPLACE

HIGHER E D U C AT I O N

K- 1 2 E D U C AT I O N

MIXED-USE

RESIDENTIAL

R E TA I L

R E S TA U R A N T + BAR

SENIOR LIVING

TRANSIT + TOD



REHABILITATION + ADAPTIVE REUSE The most sustainable building is the one that already exists – and that is just one of the many reasons our clients choose reuse. Historically significant buildings can connect people to place and past to present. We believe that all buildings have a story to be revealed. This is why we celebrate their historic character and strive to ensure their continuing relevance and contribution to the community. Rehabilitation & adaptive reuse design requires sensitivity to a place’s cultural context as well as experience with the technical challenges that come with working in an existing building. Our architects and designers are thought leaders and specialists whose sole focus is the creation of exceptional spaces and places, whether our client is seeking historic preservation-related financial incentives, complying with government guidelines, or adapting and rehabilitating a building for any reason.



01 HOSPITALITY



MARRIOTT MARQUIS I N CO R P O R AT I O N O F T H E H I S TO R I C A M E R I C A N F E D E R AT I O N O F L A B O R B U I L D I N G I N TO N E W CO N S T R U C T I O N WA S H I N G TO N , D C

AWARDS WASHINGTON BUILDING CONGRESS, CRAFTSMANSHIP AWARD (CASTIN-PLACE CONCRETE) NAIOP MARYLAND/DC, AWARD OF EXCELLENCE, BEST MIXED-USE PROJECT, WASHINGTON DC WASHINGTON BUILDING CONGRESS, CRAFTSMANSHIP AWARD (CAST-IN-PLACE)


MARRIOTT MARQUIS



LANCASTER MARRIOTT + COUNTY CONVENTION CENTER I N CO R P O R AT I O N O F H I S TO R I C B U I L D I N G S I N TO N E W CO N S T R U C T I O N L A N C A S T E R , PA

AWARDS URBAN LAND INSTITUTE (ULI) PHILADELPHIA CHAPTER, INAUGURAL WILLIARD G. “BILL” ROUSE III AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK INSTITUTE, AWARD OF EXCELLENCE PROJECT OF THE YEAR, MID-ATLANTIC CONSTRUCTION’S BEST OF AWARDS




LANCASTER MARRIOTT + COUNTY CONVENTION CENTER



THE GEORGIAN TERRACE H I S TO R I C H OT E L R E N OVAT I O N AT L A N TA , G A

AWARDS ATLANTA URBAN DESIGN COMMISSION, URBAN DESIGN AWARD OF EXCELLENCE



THE GEORGIAN TERRACE


1522 K STREET HYATT PLACE O F F I C E B U I L D I N G TO H OT E L CO N V E R S I O N WA S H I N G TO N , D C

D E S I G N E D I N C O L L A B O R AT I O N WITH




1522 K STREET HYATT PLACE

BEFORE

AFTER


COLUMBIA PLACE I N CO R P O R ATI O N O F H I S TO R I C B U I LD I N G S I NTO N E W CO N S TR U C TI O N WA S H I N G TO N , D C



COLUMBIA PLACE




THE PLAZA HOTEL PIONEER PARK H I S TO R I C H OT E L R E N OVAT I O N E L PA S O, T X


EL PASO PLAZA

BEFORE


AFTER


MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING A B A N D O N E D O F F I C E TO B O UTI Q U E H OTE L CO N V E R S I O N ATL A NTA , G A




MEDICAL ARTS BOUTIQUE HOTEL

EXISTING

EXISTING



02 EDUCATION


NORTH ATLANTA HIGH SCHOOL O F F I C E TO H I G H S C H O O L CO N V E R S I O N ATL A NTA , G A


AWARDS ACEC GEORGIA , ENGINEERING EXCELLENCE AWARD, GRAND PRIZE ACI, OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD CEFPI GEORGIA CHAPTER, BEST IN RENOVATION DESIGN AWARD CMA A SOUTH ATLANTIC CHAPTER PROJECT ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS, FIRST PLACE NEW CONSTRUCTION, LESS THAN $100M ENR SOUTHEAST, BEST K-12 PROJECT AWARD ULI ATLANTA AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE

CERTIFICATION LEED 2009 SCHOOLS V3, SILVER



NORTH ATLANTA HIGH SCHOOL BEFORE

AFTER



BAILEY’S UPPER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL O F F I C E TO E L E M E N TA RY S C H O O L CO N V E R S I O N FA L L S C H U R C H , VA

AWARDS NAIOP NORTHERN VIRGINIA AWARD OF EXCELLENCE, BEST BUILDING REPOSITIONING/ADAPTIVE RE-USE IIDA MID-ATLANTIC CHAPTER DESIGN AWARD FAIRFA X COUNTY EXCEPTIONAL DESIGN AWARD



BAILEY’S UPPER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BEFORE

AFTER


COUSINS CENTER FOR SCIENCE & INNOVATION M U LTI - U S E B U I LD I N G TO N E W S C I E N C E L A B O R ATO R I E S A N D C L A S S R O O M S O G LE TH O R P E U N I V E R S IT Y ATL A NTA , G A

AWARD AIA GEORGIA HONOR AWARD FOR DESIGN IN THE RENOVATION / RESTORATION CATEGORY



COUSINS CENTER FOR SCIENCE & INNOVATION



T H E E X I S T I N G 1 9 7 2 S T R U C T U R E WA S C O M P LE T E LY R E - I M AG I N E D


TALLEY STUDENT UNION N O R T H C A R O L I N A S TAT E U N I V E R S I T Y, R A L E I G H , N C

AWARDS ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK INSTITUTE NATIONAL, AWARD OF EXCELLENCE ENR SOUTHEAST, AWARD OF MERIT ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE UNION INTERNATIONAL, FACILITY DESIGN AWARD

CERTIFICATION LEED 2009 NEW CONSTRUCTION V3, SILVER


TALLEY STUDENT UNION


D E S I G N E D I N C O LL A B O R AT I O N W I T H D U DA | PA I N E A R C H I T E C T S


CREATIVE MEDIA INDUSTRIES INSTITUTE O F F I C E TO H I G H E R E D U C ATI O N CO N V E R S I O N G E O R G I A S TATE U N I V E R S IT Y ATL A NTA , G A



CREATIVE MEDIA INDUSTRIES INSTITUTE

BEFORE


AFTER



03 MIXED-USE & RESIDENTIAL


Cooper Carry served as Architect of Record and collaborated with CRTKL, who also acted as Design Architect, on the re-design of the mall. CRTKL provided full Design Architect and Architect of Record services on the project’s residential tower.


BALLSTON QUARTER MALL REPOSITIONING A R L I N G TO N , VA

AWARDS ASLA VA MERIT AWARD, GENERAL DESIGN DESIGNARLINGTON AWARD OF EXCELLENCE ICSC NORTH AMERICA DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT, SILVER AND SUSTAINABLE GOLD AWARD, MIXED-USE RENOVATIONS / EXPANSIONS CATEGORY NAIOP BEST OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA - BEST BUILDINGS, CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS NON-INSTITUTIONAL RETROFIT MAGAZINE’S METAMORPHOSIS AWARDS, FIRST PLACE, MIXEDUSE CATEGORY


BALLSTON QUARTER



AFTER


THE FOUNDRY O F F I C E TO R E S I D E N T I A L CO N V E R S I O N A L E X A N D R I A , VA

AWARD CREW DC AWARD FOR PROJECT EXCELLENCE NAIOP NORTH VIRGINIA AWARD FOR BEST BUILDING, ADAPTIVE RE-USE

BEFORE


THE FOUNDRY




THE MILL + BOTTLING HOUSE O F F I C E TO R E S I D E N T I A L CO N V E R S I O N A L E X A N D R I A , VA

AWARDS NAIOP NORTHERN VIRGINIA, AWARD OF EXCELLENCE, BEST ADAPTIVE RE-USE


THE MILL + BOTTLING HOUSE



THE BELL TOWER AT STANTON PARK H I S TO R I C C H U R C H TO R E S I D E N T I A L CO N V E R S I O N WA S H I N G TO N , D C

AWARDS 2019 DC HISTORIC PRESERVATION AWARD; 2019 MULTI-HOUSING NEWS EXCELLENCE AWARDS, ADAPTIVE REUSE CATEGORY, SILVER




THE BELL TOWER AT STANTON PARK



DELTA RESIDENCE HALL O F F I C E TO S T U D E N T H O U S I N G CO N V E R S I O N UNIVERSIT Y OF GEORGIA WA S H I N G TO N , D C



DELTA HALL


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