M+H Architects, in a joint venture with O'Toole Design Associates, recently completed an impressive 48,000 SF interior tenant improvement project for Asynchrony Solutions in Downtown St. Louis. Please see the "Corporate" tab of our "Projects" section for more information and additional photos.
Northland Park ~ Business Park
M+H Architects is working with Rockefeller Group and Cassidy Turley to review selected parcels at Northland Park in Kansas City. We’ve been assisting with marketing exhibits and supporting documents such as site plans, perspective renderings, 3D models and animations.
Rockefeller Group Development has exclusive development rights on 420 acres at Northland Park. They plan development of distribution facilities and warehouses ranging in size from 150,000 SF to 1 Million SF. The available lot sizes range anywhere from 11 to 85 acres. Northland Park is also home to Musician's Friend, another completed M+H project you can read about in our Industrial Projects Section.
Wells Vehicle Electronics
This project for Wells Vehicle Electronics is a new, 2-story, 63,000 SF building to be connected via an enclosed link to their existing facility, which will remain. The new building is intended for relocation of Corporate offices and expansion of Engineering, Electronics and Mechanical labs, along with a vehicle garage. The exterior and interior of the existing facility will also be renovated.
Hope Montessori Academy in Lake Saint Louis
Hope Montessori Academies are renowned for providing the highest quality Montessori education available. M+H just finished design for a new facility for Hope Educational & Research Center, to be located in Lake Saint Louis, MO. This school is a site adaptation and update to previous plans developed for Hope's Westminster, CO school (photo above). The building is approximately 10,000 SF and is expected to be completed in 2013.
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GOYA Foods ~ New Office & Food Grade Distribution Facility
Goya Foods is the largest Hispanic-owned business in the U.S. and celebrated its 75th Aniversary in 2011. At about 631,000 SF, this will be the largest of Goya’s 15 American facilities.
This flagship facility is a new three-story corporate headquarters office with two-level mezzanine and a new, single-story, food-grade distribution center. It will replace Goya’s current headquarters in Secaucus, NJ when it moves to this 40 acre site in Jersey City, NJ. Included in the project will be a dry warehouse, freezer/cooler/cold dock, shipping/receiving office and main office. The design utilizes a highly mechanized material handling system, multi-level pick modules and 41’ clear height ceilings. It is constructed of load-bearing precast complimented with metal panel and glass accents that create an image and quality reflective of the Goya brand.
American Tire Distributors ~ Retail/Distribution Facilities
American Tire Distributors, with 97 distribution centers servicing 40 states, is expanding their operations to exceed today’s fast growing market. ATD selected BC Construction Group and M+H Architects to provide them with exceptional design, technology and finishes for this Colorado facility and multiple other locations across the country including Colorado Springs, CO, Londonderry, NH.
This new 82,800 SF facility recently completed in Grand Junction, Colorado allows American Tire the ability to sell on site, direct to their clients. Square footage includes approximately 4,000 SF of office space and the distribution center has 28-foot clear height ceilings.
World Wide Technology ~ Multi-Functional Corporate Center
The project is a new, 2-story, 57,200 SF office building to the east of World Wide Technology’s existing four building campus in Maryland Heights, Missouri. The project includes the demolition and removal of two existing warehouse buildings to allow for the expansion of their corporate campus and improved exposure.
The facility will include corporate office space and an auditorium-style conference/training room and café to accommodate groups up to 150.
The exterior tilt-up concrete panel design will compliment World Wide Technology’s existing masonry buildings, while providing a fresh, bold corporate image, reflective of WWT’s technology driven business and culture.
Interior finishes will set a new corporate standard and the floor plan is configured to provide column-free space for workstations, with a central core to house interior offices, conference rooms, break rooms and other support spaces for WWT’s sales and marketing groups. An executive suite and board room are located on the second floor.
Crawford Electric Cooperative ~ New Office & Operations Facility
In May of 2012, M+H Architects and Crawford Electric Cooperative entered the construction phase of a new, 67,369 SF single level, office and operations facility consisting of a new office, warehouse and vehicle storage building. The 14,115 SF warehouse and 26,795 SF vehicle storage components have a structural frame with insulated tilt-up concrete wall sandwich panels. The 26,459 SF office component consists of a conventional steel framed structure with metal stud wall framing and brick veneer. The highly energy efficient design includes a ground-source heat pump mechanical system with radiant slab heat in the vehicle bays and water-to-air heat pumps in the office and warehouse. The building envelope of the office utilizes a spray foam wall insulation and air barrier and R-38 roof insulation.
The sitework includes a fenced material storage yard and a fuel island with a canopy. The customer parking also includes access to the drive-up transaction window. A geothermal vertical well field is located on the site.
The new construction allows Crawford Electric to consolidate its office and operations functions and protect its physical equipment assets. The plan expands the operations offices with the office administration functions and customer service functions while providing enhanced security and safety, handicap accessibility, and increased functionality along with improved energy efficiency.
Citizens Electric Corporation ~ New Headquarters and Service Centers
In May of 2012, M+H completed design of the 75,813 SF Headquarters, a 45,769 SF North Service Center, and a 34,916 SF South Service Center for Citizens Electric Corporation. Each of the sites includes an 8,033 SF Utility Building. Citizen’s service territory of over 100 linear miles provides unique challenges, due in part to large industrial loads at the north and south ends of the service area.
After evaluation of all of Citizens Electric’s facilities, M+H made recommendations on how to best utilize their facilities while improving efficiency, functionality, responsiveness, and customer service. The square footage needs were evaluated, and a recommendation of combining and centralizing administrative and customer service functions, along with enhanced service facilities at the northern and southern ends of the territory, provided the blend of facilities that will best leverage the assets of Citizens Electric while providing a high level of service for its members.
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Another Award at The Meadows at Lake Saint Louis
M+H Architects recently received news that another award was presented for The Meadows at Lake Saint Louis, this time for the Nike Factory Store. M+H, along with the general contractor, masonry supplier and building owner, have merited the TEAM award (Tribute to Exemplary Achievements in Masonry) which was presented on September 12, 2012 during the midyear MCAA meeting in Park City, Utah.
The Meadows at Lake Saint Louis had previously been awarded the 2008 Masonry Project of the Year by Masonry Construction Magazine. For more information on this award please click here. Please take a look at additional photos and information on this beautiful project in the Retail Section of our Projects.
Father Tolton Regional Catholic High School
This new Catholic High School for the Diocese of Jefferson City, MO is a joint project with Peckham & Wright Architects of Columbia, MO. It is a multi-phased project that provides the flexibility necessary when beginning a new high school in a quickly developing area. Phase I includes the sitework along with 84,000 SF of building which incorporates 14,000 SF of shell building ready for immediate expansion.
Please see our Educational Projects section for more information and photos!
Missouri Military Academy - Stribling Hall
CENTERPIECE NOW COMPLETE~
The new Stribling Hall Building, which replaces the old administration building built in 1900, is now complete. Please check out the new photos and information in our Educational Projects section!
South Central Arkansas Electric Cooperative ~ New Facility
M+H Architects met with management and staff to identify and set goals and priorities for the SCAEC facilities. The new facility will utilize approximately 8 of the 25 acres they recently acquired, giving them room for long range growth and future expansion. The 28,944 SF office, operations, warehouse and vehicle storage building will limit the need for redundant support facilities and get management and operations crews under the same roof. All of the service and construction vehicles will be located under a carport with the loading and warehouse area in the center of the building, on the same level, for ease of moving materials and equipment. A separate 5,032 SF of vehicle maintenance building with service bays and covered storage is also included. A fuel island will also be located on the site.
Co-Mo Electric Cooperative ~ Building Renovation, Expansion
Co-Mo Electric Cooperative is located near the center of the state, in Tipton, MO. The original 1959 office has an attached garage, too small for construction trucks and larger service trucks, a separate warehouse with a loading platform and a separate vehicle storage building. The existing office has been added to twice over the last 30 years, creating additional corridor requirements for circulation and office spaces that are accessed through adjacent spaces.
M+H Architects master planned the existing site to maximize the available space as well as improve site circulation, expand capabilities for future needs and implement a phased approach for the construction of the building components. With their needs identified, Co-Mo was able to realize the relevance of acquiring the 50,000 SF manufacturing building adjacent to their property and repurpose the building for their operations staff, warehouse and utility service vehicles. The existing office building will now be able to be reconfigured to enhance the customer service functions and the new fiber optics broad band services they are offering their members.