Renovation of an abandoned multi-story hotel built prior to World War I and located in downtown Shreveport, LA. The renovation will include a modern French restaurant, a Prohibition-Era speakeasy, a 5,000-sf event space, and a courtyard. Renovation will involve a total reconstruction of the mechanical and electrical systems. A newly constructed 3,300-sf micro-distillery will produce handcrafted corn whiskey, vodka, gin, …
New 12,000-sf office addition at the owner’s existing site in Whitehouse, TX. Mechanical systems include a combination of VRF technology and high-efficiency rooftop units with exposed ductwork. Lighting design contained a variety of specialty pendants, wall sconces, and LED lighting. The structure is composed of an innovative mix of structural steel and wood framing with expansive cantilevers.
New 20,200-sf central office facility containing administration, billing, and field service offices, public assembly space, and information technology at the owner’s existing site in Quitman, TX. Facility included a separate 7,200-sf fleet vehicle maintenance and service building.
Structural design of multi-use, multi-building open air mall. AFJMc was responsible for fast-track structural design of 15 stand-alone retail buildings.
Restaurant featuring a steel and wood framed structure with wood roof trusses and wood shear walls. Lighting design contained a variety of specialty pendants and wall sconces including a drum set fashioned into a chandelier type fixture at the entrance. Mechanical systems include exposed ductwork, high velocity-low speed ceiling fans, and radiant unit heaters in the exterior dining area.
The Regional Commerce Center is a 33,000 sf office building, emergency operation center and multi-purpose facility which has a LEED Gold certification. The building houses the office for the Port of Shreveport-Bossier and serves as an emergency back-up facility for the Ports of New Orleans and Lake Charles.