HDA Architects recently completed a tenant build-out for Airport Terminal Services (ATS) in Maryland Heights, Missouri. The 16,166 SF office is located in Westport Plaza and spans two stories. Design features throughout the space include colorful accent walls, quartz waterfall countertops, reclaimed wood statement walls and geometric acoustical clouds. A notable design element is a retractable glass partition that connects the training room and break room, which cultivates a communal work environment. Paric Corporation was the General Contractor on the project
HDA Architects recently completed a new Corporate Headquarters for ADB Companies in Pacific, Missouri. The project consists of a 36,852 square-foot office building and a 24,137 square-foot maintenance building.
The project features an industrial interior design aesthetic with bold colorful accents that represent the company brand. Exposed ceilings, concrete floors, and wood accent walls are a few of the design features throughout the space. Highlights of the project include an impressive 2-story lobby entrance and a lounge space that is designed to foster the company culture and promote a dynamic work environment.
The project was built by L. Keeley Construction. ADB Companies and L. Keeley Construction are part of St. Louis-based Keeley Companies.
HDA Architects recently completed a 768,678 Square Foot Distribution Center (Lakeview 5) for Panattoni Development in Edwardsville, Illinois. The tilt-up panel warehouse is designed to have four tenants with office spaces at each corner of the building. This is the second Distribution Center HDA has designed at Lakeview Commerce Center for Panattoni Development. Kadean Construction was the General Contractor.
HDA Architects has completed a 100,000 square foot renovation and 119,000 square foot addition for GG Distributing in Tyler, Texas.
The project involved taking a former US Postal Distribution Center and turning it into a state-of-the-art Corporate Headquarters and Beverage Distribution Center. The design includes a controlled temperature / concrete tilt-up warehouse for product storage, 25 shipping docks, a drive through for loading, attached maintenance facility, truck wash and fuel island. Some of the architectural features involve a two-story office, a large patio attached to the hospitality room, and a rain garden.
HDA Architects and it’s St. Louis Team of Consultants (Murphy Company, Kaiser Electric, Gabriel Project Management, Alper Audi, Code Consultants and Grimes Consulting) have worked with over 150 Beverage Wholesalers Nationwide on Facility Needs.
HDA Architects was selected by Panattoni Development for the design of Lakeview Commerce Center 5 at Lakeview Commerce Center in Edwardsville, Illinois. The 768,678 square foot speculative distribution center utilizes concrete tilt-up panels and is designed to have four tenants with a two-story office space at each corner of the building. Some of the design components include a two tone paint scheme and accent lighting to highlight the architectural features. The project is scheduled to break ground late summer 2017.
HDA Architects recently completed Anew (A Rooftop Event Space for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri). The $3.7 million project is in the heart of St. Louis’ Grand Center and has a rooftop restaurant that is 4,250 square feet and features a glass-enclosed dining room, a 10-seat bar and an outdoor terrace.
“Conceived as a gathering space to promote and cultivate relationships, the ANEW Rooftop is a modern addition perched atop the historical Woolworth building, now owned and operated by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri. The stout, Art Deco styled masonry of the existing building provides a wonderful contrast to the minimalist and light aesthetic of the rooftop. This old/new juxtaposition creates an exciting dynamic, exemplary of the Grand Center district.”
The Big Brother Big Sisters Rooftop project consists of a 3,000 SF retail space, a 4,250 SF rooftop space with a 2,250 SF terrace. Sitting atop the existing Big Brothers Big Sisters offices (previously the Woolworths Building) at Grand and Olive, the new addition is a sleek, modern compliment to the existing architecture. Folded planes of wood, glass and metal create a dynamic form that is purposefully perched to create a moment of drama by overhanging the existing building. Floor to ceiling glazing helps visually extend the interior space outward to the roof terrace and views beyond. The retail space on the ground floor provides the connection from the ground to the rooftop and can be programmed as an event space, café / restaurant, or exhibition space.
There were many challenges with this project. Besides the difficulties of building on the roof of an existing building, the greatest challenge was working over the existing structure of the building. During the Woolworth Building’s previous 2007 renovation, many of the building columns were removed to accommodate the theater needs of the Kranzberg Arts Center. Thus, the position and layout of the building is driven by the locations of the remaining columns capable of carrying the new roof loads to the ground.
Architect: HDA Architects
Contractor: BSI Constructors
Electrical Contractor: Bell Electric
Mechancial Contractor: Jarrell
Structural Engineer: KPFF
Owners Rep / Project Manager: Gabriel Project Management