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PROJECTS 2002-2009 HKS


JAMES MADISON UNIVERSITY BRIDGEFORTH STADIUM

JAMES MADISON UNIVERSITY

CLIENT

HARRISONBURG, VIRGINIA

LOCATION

NEW GRANDSTANDS TO REPLACE EXISTING

PROGRAM


UPPER BOWL

HKS was commissioned by Moseley Architects as the design architect for a three phase renovation of the Bridgeforth Stadium replacing their 14,500 seat facility with 40,000 new seats, concourses, club lounge and press box. HKS took the project from master plan through design development.

LOWER BOWL


ARCHITECT

HKS: Chuck Means (principal); Steven Terrel (manager); Ron Wofe (manager); Fred Ortiz (lead designer); J. Michael Drye (lead PA); Brian Pounds (PA/designer); Forrest French (PA/designer); Bryon Jefferson (architectural intern); Jason Huber (architectural intern); Jessica Sargent and Laura Dyer-Hild (interior designers) Moseley: David Harnage (principal); Jeff Hyder (PA); Patrick Ramirez (architectural intern) ENGINEERS:

VHB (civil); SSR (mep); Walter P. Moore (structural) CODE SPECIALIST:

Howe Engineers CONTRACTOR:

Donley’s

2010 / $65 M

CONCOURSE STUDIES


SCHEMATIC DESIGN RENDERINGS


HKS produced a facility assessment that included all current and future facilities for the University of Richmond. Three are highlighted here: 1-Millheiser Gymnasium; 2-The Robins Center; and 3-Pitt Field. ARCHITECT

HKS: Chuck Means (principal); Steven Terrel (manager); Forrest French (PA/Designer); Jason Huber (architectural intern); Jason Huber (architectural intern); Ian Vaughan (architectural intern) 2008 / $ undetermined

UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND ATHLETIC FACILITIES ASSESSMENT

UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND

CLIENT

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

LOCATION

COMPREHENSIVE CAMPUS ATHLETIC FACILITY ASSESSMENT / MARKETING PACKAGE

PROGRAM


SHENANDOAH UNIVERSITY BRANDT STUDENT LIFE CENTER

SHENANDOAH UNIVERSITY

CLIENT

WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA

LOCATION

STUDENT UNION AND RECREATION CENTER

PROGRAM


HKS was commisioned to design this 50,000 sf student union and recreation center on a prominent location within Shenandoah University’s main campus. The building was sited to finalize closure of the campus quad - a central green and gathering space. The exterior material palette would become the campus standard. ARCHITECT

HKS: Chuck Means (principal); Otto DaCosta (manager); Forrest French (PA/Designer); Bryon Jefferson (architectural intern); Jessica Sargent (interior designer) ENGINEERS:

PHR+A (civil); CCRD (mep); HKS (structural) CONTRACTOR:

Ricketts Construction 2008 / $7.5 M


HKS was given nine months to complete design, documentation and construction for this 10,000 seat stadium. Working between offices in Richmond, Atlanta and Dallas simultaneously, the project team developed one centrally located Revit model that would be used to produce all documents. ARCHITECT

HKS-Richmond: Chuck Means (principal); Steven Terrel (manager); Ron Wofe (manager); Fred Ortiz (lead designer); J. Michael Drye (lead PA); Brian Pounds (PA/designer); Forrest French (PA/ designer); Bryon Jefferson (architectural intern); Jason Huber (architectural intern); Ian Vaughan (architectural intern); Jessica Sargent and Laura Dyer-Hild (interior designers) ENGINEERS:

SSR (mep); Bliss and Nyitray (structural) CONTRACTOR:

Barton Mallow 2010 / $64 M

GWINNETT BRAVES BALLPARK AND MULTI-USE DISTRICT

ATLANTA BRAVES

CLIENT

ATLANTA, GEORGIA

LOCATION

BASEBALL PARK DESIGNED AS CENTERPIECE FOR A MULTI-USE DEVELOPMENT

PROGRAM


NAVAL ACADEMY WESLEY BROWN FIELD HOUSE

UNITED STATES NAVY

CLIENT

ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND

LOCATION

ATHLETIC TRAINING AND RECREATION FACILITY

PROGRAM


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MAIN ENTRANCE

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WEIGHT ROOM

Brownson Road

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ROLL-UP FOOTBALL TURF

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RECEIVING/ LOADING

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HKS, partnering with Shalom Baranes won an invited competition to design a 140,000 sf field house for the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.

Santee Road

BROADCASTING CAMERA AREA

CENTRAL MEETING ROOM

Farragut Field

Brownson Road

MEZZANINE

TEAM OFFICES

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Santee Plaza

BROADCAST STATION MEZZANINE

OPEN TO BELOW

TRACK/CROSS COUNTRY (W)

VISITING TEAM (M)

VISITING TEAM (W)

STAFF (M)

Bancroft Hall - 7th Wing

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Shalom Baranes was the design architect and HKS the architect of record. The facility was required to achieve a LEED Silver certification rating and was designed to achieve the rating, though was never registered with the USGBC. ARCHITECT

Shalom Baranes: Shalom Baranes (principal/designer); Ari Blumenthal (lead PA); Partick Burkhart (PA); Phillip Anderson (PA) HKS-Richmond: Chuck Means (principal); Steven Terrel (manager); J. Michael Drye (lead PA); Forrest French (PA/LEED Specialist); David Mangum (architectural intern) ENGINEERS:

Oculus (civil/landscape); Hensel-Phelps Design-Build (mep); Thornton Thomasetti (structural) CONTRACTOR:

Hensel-Phelps

2008 / $50 M


PSE&G CHILDREN’S SPECIALIZED HOSPITAL

PSE&G CHILDREN’S SPECIALIZED HOSPITAL

CLIENT

NEWARK, NEW JERSEY

LOCATION

CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

PROGRAM


HKS was commissioned to design a 125,000 sf, 5-story hospital to connect with the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. The design was a collaborative effort between the Dallas and Richmond offices. Dallas was responsible for the exterior design and overall programing - Richmond for floor plans, detailing and documents. ARCHITECT

HKS-Richmond: Chuck Means (principal); Kathryn Barry (Lead PA); Forrest French (PA); Keri Merkel (architectural intern) HKS-Dallas: Ron Dennis (principal); Gary (manager); J. Michael Drye (lead designer); Bob (programing) ENGINEERS:

Oculus (civil); Highland Associates (mep); Thornton Thomasetti (structural) CONTRACTOR:

Hensel-Phelps

2008 / $50 M


FOUR SEASONS WELLNESS CENTER

YMCA

CLIENT

TAZEWELL, VIRGINIA

LOCATION

FITNESS CENTER

PROGRAM


PLAN_01

PLAN_02

HKS was commissioned by YMCA to design this fitness center in mountainous, rural Tazewell, Virginia. We took the project through the Design Development phase. Presentation drawings and a model were used for a submission to the American Institute of Architects-Richmond Chapter design awards. ARCHITECT

HKS: Steven Terrel (manager); J. Michael Drye (lead PA/designer); Forrest French (design collaboration/presentation); Jason Huber (architectural intern); Katrina Mustow (architectural intern)

2009 / $4 M


PROJECTS 2009-2012 STUDIO AMMONS


STUDIO AMMONS RE-BRANDING

STUDIO AMMONS

CLIENT

PETERSBURG, VA

LOCATION

WEBSITE; BUSINESS CARDS; TRADE SHOW DISPLAY

PROGRAM


The studio was unique at the time I came on. On your first day in the office, you may be asked to go out and mow the yard or jump right into a charrette with the rest of the staff...Something we did at the outset of virtually every project. But the studio was a mess of desks, papers, books and people scattered about the spacious, former Jaguar repair shop..Over twenty skylights, a garage with kayaks to use on the Appomattox River two blocks away and enough infrastucture to provide a comfortable, low tech, sustainable environment, but no order. There was also the problem of an outdated website and little consistency in graphic presence...Something we needed to address before anything else. I was brought in to help mold, organize and manage along with Terry Ammons, who was always stretched in too many directions and working far more than was healthy. We wanted to create a studio of collaborators with a variety of backgrounds. We had architects and graphic designers, but needed other disciplines to mix it up a bit: industrial designers; visualization specialists; business management staff. Terry often refered to it as a laboratory for design..A truly collaborative environment. After charrettes and design, when it was time for jury, we would include the administrative staff. They proved to be the most valuable critics. They were the lay-voice and were able to quickly make us realize when we were to heavy on the design and too light on the real or rational.


Website: www.studioammons.com

During the lull in business we set out to revamp and make consistent the look of the firm. We were interested in capturing the personality of the firm. Naturally, that began with our staff. The first choice of buttons on our new website was the “studio� button highlighting each of the staff with a general description of background and the choice to go as deeply as a personal profile maintained by each employee. The aesthetic was clean, simple and a bit playful. Once a button was chosen, the action was bouncy like a rubber band and further choices would spring out. We wanted the site to be enjoyable to navigate. ARCHITECT

Terry Ammons (principal); Forrest French (project manager/designer; Chris Murray (web / card design); Dolly Holmes (graphic design); Sarje Hasan (graphic design)

2010


Designing new desks and creating some order from the chaos in the layout of the studio came next. We were to use the Ikea tables and legs that we had on hand and come up with a design to make them function as table and privacy screen. I developed a design that added black formica tops, some trim and shelving and we built them one-at-a-time as funds became available until they were completed. The upfit of each station was under $100.


In the new layout, we used a beautiful birch wood wall to separate the work space from view upon entering the office. It served as the backbone and consolidation point for our cabinets, printers, supplies and general work tables. Desks lined the window wall and we set up a graphics lab at the end of the line so that they could have a dark environment when necessary. Order was established.

GRAPHICS

DISPLAY/CRITIQUE

KITCHEN

WORKSHOP

TERRY’S OFFICE

CONF

ENTRANCE


Terry Ammons represented the exhibit-side of the firm at various conferences. In an effort to carry our brand on the road, we designed an exhibit booth that was a 20 foot business card with a cabinet containing a rack of postcards describing all the facets of our work bounding one side and an LCD display showing our work on the other. The design was simple and elegant, but it was a trick getting the piece into the conference centers. ARCHITECT

Terry Ammons (principal); Forrest French (project manager/designer; Charles Howell (contruction); Mark Pehanich (cabinet construction); Dolly Holmes (graphic design); Sarje Hasan (graphic design)

2011


SOUTHERN EXPRESS LOFTS / DEMOLITION COFFEE

HASSE

CLIENT

PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA

LOCATION

MIXED USE - ADAPTIVE REUSE CAFE & APARTMENTS

PROGRAM


Affectionately known in the office as “no roof’” this adaptive reuse of a former, combined one and two story warehouse posed a significant design problem. Specifically, that we had to follow the original roof slope to maintain the historic fabric - dictated by the Department of Historic Resources - to achieve the historic tax credits and comfortably fit six apartments in an attic-type space. We held an inner-office competition as a method of design and of learning one-anothers strengths and weaknesses. I was the new guy in the office and wanted to see what the young designers could do. What better way than a competition? Luckily for me, Terry liked my design. ARCHITECT

Terry Ammons (principal); Forrest French (PA/designer); Bay Koulabdara (architectural intern); Charles Howell (architectural intern)

2009 / $1 M


COLONIAL HEIGHTS BAPTIST CHURCH

COLONIAL HEIGHTS CITY GOVERNMENT

CLIENT

COLONIAL HEIGHTS, VIRGINIA

LOCATION

CONVERSION OF A HISTORIC CHURCH WITH MODERN ADDITION TO A MUNICIPAL COURT

PROGRAM

In an effort to preserve one of the few remaining historical buildings in the city, the government of Colonial Heights appointed a committee to perform a study into the viability of reusing the historic church and attached modern addition as a municipal court building. Studio Ammons was commissioned to provide a schematic design for the renovation of the existing structures. ARCHITECT

Terry Ammons (principal); Forrest French (project architect/designer)

2009 / unbuilt


PATHWAYS OUTDOOR CAFE

PATHWAYS

CLIENT

PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA

LOCATION

OUTDOOR CAFE & DEMONSTRATION ROOF GARDEN

PROGRAM


Pathways is a non-profit community development organization who employ AmeriCorps youth to build projects and get on-thejob training in and around the city of Petersburg, VA. They have a focus on sustainable construction, materials and technology. Studio Ammons was commissioned to design an outdoor component for their cafe that could serve as an enclosed seating area, as well as, a demonstration roof garden. Paving was to be recycled concrete sidewalk, foundation of rubble & concrete and walls of stained cob (sand, soil, water and straw). ARCHITECT

Terry Ammons (principal); Forrest French (project architect/designer)

2009 / unbuilt


SAILOR’S CREEK BATTLEFIELD HISTORICAL STATE PARK VISITOR’S CENTER EXHIBIT

VA DEPT. OF CONSERVATION & RECREATION

CLIENT

RICE, VIRGINIA

LOCATION

EXHIBIT INTERPRETING THE HISTORY OF THE CIVIL WAR BATTLE AT SAILOR’S CREEK

PROGRAM


Proposal Diagrams

First in a string of commissions that Studio Ammons won to design exhibits in the existing Visitor’s Centers of Virginia’s State Parks, the request for proposals for these projects required a complete design. We responded with well thought out solutions developed through office-wide charrettes that involved our entire staff and incorporated fairly elaborate visualization. These were small exhibits, but our thinking was that, conceptually, the size of the exhibit is irrelevant. We were going to treat each with the level of thought and planning we would with any project. We were going to learn to work as a unit so that, when the big commissions came, we would be well prepared. Important ideas developed in the initial charette and carried through the design: • Immediately make the visitor understand that this was an exhibit upon entering the Visitor’s Center • Relationship of exhibit to existing architecture (pylons aligned with structural columns, etc.) • Connection to the battlfields outside the window • Understanding that three battles occured on the field simultaneously • Compressed timeline of General Lee’s retreat ARCHITECT

Terry Ammons (principal/ exhibit & graphic designer); Forrest French (project manager/exhibit architecture designer); Andrew Marshall (project architect); Bay Koulabdara (architectural intern); Dolly Holmes (graphic designer); Sarja Hasan (graphic designer)

2010 / $450 K


Proposal Images


Preliminary Rendering

Preliminary Rendering Design Development Renderings

Photograph of Exhibit

Photograph of Exhibit

Preliminary Rendering


Photograph of Exhibit

Preliminary Rendering

Photograph of Exhibit

Preliminary Rendering


JAMES RIVER STATE PARK VISITOR’S CENTER EXHIBIT

VA DEPT. OF CONSERVATION & RECREATION

CLIENT

GLADSTONE, VIRGINIA

LOCATION

EXHIBIT INTERPRETING THE ECOLOGY & HISTORY OF THE JAMES RIVER STATE PARK

PROGRAM


Second in the series of commissions to design exhibits in the existing Visitor’s Centers of Virginia’s State Parks, the James River State Park exhibit had as it’s focus, life on the James...Tobacco plantations, the river as a mode of transporting goods and the evolving ecology. We chose to highlight the Cabell family whose property and business were predominant in the region. The exhibit was designed to pull the visitor through, and then draw them to the outdoor portion leading to a model batteaux and the river. ARCHITECT

Terry Ammons (principal/ exhibit & graphic designer); Forrest French (project manager/exhibit architecture designer); Andrew Marshall (project architect); Bay Koulabdara (architectural intern); Dolly Holmes (graphic designer); Sarja Hasan (graphic designer)

Exhibit in Construction

2012 / $750 K

Exhibit in Construction


Exhibit in Construction

Exhibit in Construction


SMITH MOUNTAIN LAKE STATE PARK - VISITOR CENTER E SMITH MOUNTAIN LAKE VISITOR’S CENTER EXHIBIT

VA DEPT. OF CONSERVATION & RECREATION

CLIENT

MONETA, VA

LOCATION

EXHIBIT INTERPRETING THE ECOLOGY & HISTORY OF SMITH MOUNTAIN LAKE

PROGRAM


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Aerial View of Exhibit

View from Patio

Another in the series of State Park exhibit projects, the Smith Mountain Lake project was focused on the dam that created this man made lake, the history of the land it consumed and what came after...Chosen here to describe our process ARCHITECT

Terry Ammons (principal/ exhibit & graphic designer); Forrest French (project manager/designer); Andrew Marshall (project architect/designer); Bay Koulabdara (architectural intern); Dolly Holmes (graphic designer); Sarja Hasan (graphic designer)

2011 / $450 K

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Space Allocation

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SMITH MOUNTAIN LAKE STATE PARK VISITOR CENTER EXHIBIT DESIGN

1/4.0 SIM

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DAM IT UP GRAPHIC PANELS

OWNER Department of Conservation and Recreation 203 Governor Street, Suite 424 Richmond, VA 23219

2/2.3

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7'-7 1/2"

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AQUA CANOPY ABOVE

REVISION

GRAPHIC PANEL

1'-6"

1/2.2

3/2.3

1/4.0

WATCH OUT READER RAIL SHELF

235 N. Market Street Petersburg, VA 23803 P: 804.722.1667 F: 804.722.1669 www.studioammons.com

1/2.1

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RECORD ISSUE

ISSUED FOR FABRICATION DATE

DO THE RIGHT THING

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SHEET TITLE

EXHIBIT ENLARGED PLAN

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M-1: INTRO WALL M-10: OSPREY STORY CO-6: OSPREY TV MASK

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SMITH MOUNTAIN LAKE STATE PARK VISITOR CENTER

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GP-20: WHAT CAN YOU DO?

OWNER Department of Conservation and Recreation 203 Governor Street, Suite 424 Richmond, VA 23219

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235 N. Market Street Petersburg, VA 23803 P: 804.722.1667 F: 804.722.1669 www.studioammons.com

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ISSUED FOR FABRICATION DATE PROJECT No.

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2/A3.1

1/A3.1

OSPREY NEST ABOVE (BY OWNER)

2/A3

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CUT AND INSTALL OWNER-PROVIDED WD UTILITY POLE

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MO OWENS

CLIENT

RICHMOND, VA

LOCATION

UPSCALE BRICK OVEN PIZZA RESAURANT

PROGRAM


Planned for a very prominent corner in downtown Richmond, across from the Centerstage Performing Arts Center, the Owner of what was to be a new restaurant on the lower floor of the historic Berry-Burkley Building wanted a design that would be very visible from all corners...Bright colors, but a lush and rich atmosphere. ARCHITECT

Terry Ammons (principal); Forrest French (project architect/designer); Bay Koulabdara (architectural intern)

2011 / unbuilt


ROBERT RUSSA MOTEN MUSEUM HISTORIC RESTORATION & EXHIBIT

ROBERT RUSSA MOTEN MUSEUM

CLIENT

FARMVILLE, VA

LOCATION

EXHIBIT INTERPRETING A HISTORIC AFRICANAMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL MADE FAMOUS DURING THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

PROGRAM


On April 23rd in 1951, the young Barbara Johns, recognizing that the condition of her school was far inferior to nearby “white� schools, called the students of Moton High School to strike for better facilities. Their struggle was adopted by the NAACP and became one of the pivotal early cases defining the civil Rights movement. Studio Ammons began an estimated 24 month project in 2009 managing the process of exhibit design, content development and creation of marketing materials for the Moton Museum. We started with a filmed recreation of the now famous speech Barbara gave to call her fellow classmates to strike. This would be aired in the room where it took place and would become the initial gallery - one of six chronologically interpreting the major periods of their struggle in Virginia. ARCHITECT

Terry Ammons (principal/ exhibit & graphic designer); Forrest French (project architect/designer); Andrew Marshall (job captain); Bay Koulabdara (architectural intern); Dolly Holmes (graphic designer); Sarja Hasan (graphic designer)

2011 / $4M



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