San Diego Federal District Courthouse is an innovative and energy conscious structure comprising 16 levels above grade, two levels below grade, high-security parking structure, 14 courtrooms, and 21 chambers.
Baxter BioScience TOFX is a state-of-the-art hemophilia therapy production suite facility which manufactures recombinant Antihemophilic Factor (rAHF) – a clotting factor produced by recombinant DNA technology and used a treatment for the blood disorder hemophilia.
Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital is a new patient tower includes expanded laboratory services, materials management services, rooftop helipad with direct access to Emergency Department, large cafeteria, hotel-quality kitchen, central atrium, three medical-surgery floors, surgery suites for women and newborns, and private patient rooms.
Riverside Community Hospital is a beautifully designed 7-story patient tower is a 478-licensed bed acute care medical facility which includes private patient rooms (ICU, medical, and surgical), new cafeteria, kitchen, state-of-the-art laboratory, and surgical pre-operative and postoperative Surgical Recovery area.
Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital Plaza Tower is an impressive 500-bed, full service, acute care hospital. This structure is located between two existing buildings, adjacent to the existing Emergency Department, and includes replacement of the Hospital’s Surgery Department (which remained fully functional until the opening of the replacement facility).
San Jose Regional Medical Center is a state-of-the-art, 138,000-square-foot patient tower and 24,000 square feet of renovations. The new expansion includes 32 medical/surgical beds, 32 post-partum beds, 26 bassinet newborn nursery beds, eight-bed pediatric intensive care unit (PICU), and a central utility plant.
IHC Spanish Fork Hospital campus include a new hospital tower, medical office building, and central utility plant. This 45-acre project site includes extensive enhancements and site improvements with a focus on women’s and medical/surgical services.
IHC Layton Hospital campus offers a full state-of-the-art hospital and medical office building which support a large variety of services. Building enhancements include surgical rooms, emergency services, women and newborn care, special care nursery, surgical services, infusion therapy, rehabilitation, and physical therapy.
The unique and creative design for the NVIDIA Triangle is built to reflect NVIDIA’s core value of people as its greatest asset. Oversized platforms replace stairways as vertical connectors and double as space for impromptu meetings and interactions.
University of Utah LS Skaggs Pharmacy Institute is a state-of-the-art pharmaceutical research center which conducts translational research for the development of new medications for osteoarthritis, cancer, and epilepsy.
Dixie Regional Medical Center sits on a 65-acre site and features a three-story diagnostic and treatment wing, a five-story inpatient tower, and a four-story physician office building linked to one another by a concourse for patients and visitors.
The Altman Clinical & Translational Research Institute provides an environment in which researchers can obtain the education, resources, and collaborations necessary to translate discoveries into practice.
Google Spruce Goose beautifully transformed the iconic and historic hangar that once housed the construction space for the Hercules IV airplane—world renowned as Spruce Goose—into state-of-the-art, class A office space.
The focal point of this structure is a 190,000 square foot roof canopy (complex geometrical rolled pipe, multi-beveled connection) which creates the backbone of this architectural masterpiece and encompasses five concourse levels, 35 box suites, terrace balcony, and 100,000 square feet of multipurpose space that is purposely shaped to retain the roar of the crowd.
This unique structure was designed in two distinct phases in order to keep half the convention center fully functioning throughout the duration of construction. For the overall project, almost half of the work will be completed underground, allowing for optimum connection between existing and new construction of the two phases.
The T-Mobile Arena, located on the Las Vegas Strip, is a world-class venue with unrivaled views from premium seating comprising 20,000 seats, 44 luxury suites, 2 party suites, 8 event level suites, and more than two dozen private loge boxes.
This historic venue now has an impressive renovation including new seating, concourse, press box, and LED lighting to accommodate the addition of LA Rams home games until their new stadium is complete.
Chase Center, a state-of-the-art sports and entertainment arena, is home to the Golden State Warriors and host to 200 other events each year. This 11-acre arena features 18,064 seats, two office buildings, 100,000 square feet of mixed-use/retail space, underground parking, 60 theatre boxes, 44 club suites, and 32 courtside lounges.
SME Steel began fabrication in June and steel erection in July. Impressively, SME Steel kept four cranes erecting continuously and was able to finish steel erection ahead of schedule. Due to SME Steel's expertise, the structural steel portion of this project was completed within budget and ahead of schedule.
The Provo City Center Temple, weighing in at 7 million pounds, was raised onto 40-foot-high steel stilts to allow excavation underneath. Three interior levels were fabricated and erected including four corner spiral steel staircases designed to mimic the original wooden staircases. The roof was designed to replicate the original roof including the center tower, measuring 160 feet from the ground.
SME Steel completed the steel package of this project with more than 30,000 field hours and a flawless safety record. Adding to the complexity, this project was erected utilizing two cranes over an operational subway tunnel, University campus facilities, and the Metropolitan Transit System. Due to SME Steel's skill and craftsmanship, this project schedule was impressively completed in roughly half the expected time frame.
SME Steel connected these two city blocks with a 320,000 pound skybridge featured on National Geographic’s program “World’s Toughest Fixes.” This incredibly unique structure is positioned with only one anchor pin. The remaining three feet float yet remain fixated by gravity with steel plates on either side to restrict movement while allowing flexibility.
The San Diego Public Library Dome is comprised of steel sails with thousands of steel connection points to support the aluminum panel covering, which is perforated with thousands of light points allowing light to illuminate the space below.
The Peterson Hall of Science is a specialized research and science facility comprised of six lecture halls, classrooms, research laboratories, office space, storage, animal holding space, vivarium, and a science learning center for k-12 outreach.