Responding to the need for affordable housing in Connecticut, the project includes the design of a linear cluster of "farmhouse scale" residential buildings with front porches that share and face a common Community Green. The sixteen unit development is comprised of one, two and three bedroom residences in a total of five buildings on a Community Green. Scope of Services included mechanical, electrical and plumbing and fire protection engineering design for approximately 15,000 SF total.
Structural & M/E/P/FP design services for a new five -story, mixed- use 40,200 SF residential tower with a full range of health services, including a dental clinic. Project is a collaboration between the City of Bridgeport Housing Authority and Southwest Community Health Services. This facility continues BHA’s commitment to sustainable development, featuring a green roof that will be LEED certified. For 15 years SWCHS and BHA have collaborated as renter/landlord at the current health clinic on Bird Street, where size and accessibility concerns prompted the new Albion Street development. The total estimated cost for the project is $14.5 million. Construction and lease-up is anticipated to be complete in Summer 2012.
Electrical engineering for site lighting design for the new construction of a new 15,000 SF residence and outdoor area