14,500 SF climate controlled art storage space. Building in a building using Kingspan insulated panel system.
The Paychex Office Renovation included the phased renovation of approximately 28,000 square feet of occupied office space. The project was logistically challenging as we needed to accommodate one hundred employees working in the facility during the project. Work was performed in 3 phases, 8-10 weeks each, with employee relocation in between.
This project has been an on-going multi-phased process that involves converting an antique farmhouse into a key centerpiece of a larger elder interdependent living community. The master plan for this property includes multiple elder housing cottages, respite cottages, and a large function space in the original milking shed and barn.
The Roundtop Farm project consisted of a $1.8 Million Addition and Renovation to Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust administration building. The rehabilitated antique farmhouse house includes the corporate offices, records storage, and education program for the Trust.
This $6 Million Addition and Renovation to the Central Lincoln County YMCA houses a new main entrance and lobby, wellness area, teaching kitchen, and locker rooms in the addition. The renovated portion of the project includes upgrades to the existing gymnasium, including an elevated track.
The LEED Certified Whittier Locker Room project had a fixed completion date to be ready for the Lacrosse team to occupy for the Spring semester of 2019. JFSCC provided extensive preconstruction services to aid in material selection and constructability review to maximize efficiency in order to shorten construction duration. State and local permitting caused a 10 week delay to the building start. This was a fast track construction project, but the team pulled together and project was finished on time and under budget.
JF Scott Construction Company provided preconstruction and construction management services on this project, with preconstruction starting in the summer and construction starting in October 2016. Throughout preconstruction, JF Scott Construction evaluated and advised on several potential designs, with the goal of meeting the University’s cost-per-bed goals. Design and construction kept the future phases in consideration in order to eliminate duplicated work in those phases. This project was started on November 14, 2016 and completed on July 31, 2017.
JF Scott Construction was contracted last fall as construction manager on a new 70 Bed residence hall at Unity College. Preconstruction services were provided throughout the concept, schematic, and design development stages of the project. The project, which was originally scheduled to have an 8 month duration, broke ground in mid-February, but the completion date remained August 20 to be ready for the fall semester. The shortened duration required a very closely coordinated schedule. The 17,800 square foot building was divided into 5 distinct areas allowing an overlap of subcontractors making the shortened duration achievable. The construction took place on an active college campus requiring site logistics to minimize impact to the student body.
This project included an addition and renovation to provide the LaFayette Cancer Institute a new USP 800 pharmacy. Work in the existing facility required close attention to infection control and interim life safety as the many patients of this facility are immunocompromised. The JF Scott Construction Team worked closely with the facilities, medical, ILSM, and infection control personnel to maintain proper barriers and pressures at the interface of construction. A temporary ambulance entrance had to be constructed and site logistics were critical on this busy operational campus.
This $2M occupied, three phased renovation involved turning an underutilized office, gym, and other spaces into six additional patient rooms in the rehab unit. The work took place within and beneath occupied units, which was already operating at critically high census levels that necessitated the additional rooms. Despite the need for complex phasing and the logistics associated with healthcare construction during the height of Covid-19, the project was completed in just 35 weeks – on schedule and under budget.