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For over 45 years, Edifice has been committed to making a difference in the places where we work and live. With core values that are centered around our clients, business partners, employees, and our community, we recognize there may never be a more critical time than now to focus our attention on those in need.
Estimated Completion: March 2024
The Navy Yard Charleston consists of renovation to historic Storehouses 8 and 9 as well as new construction of Storehouse 8.5. Under governance of the State Historic Preservation Office, Edifice will be converting the over 100-year-old structures into new offices, meeting rooms, apartments, and retail space.
Estimated Completion: June 2023
Phase 1 and 2 of this Design-Build industrial complex will consist of two (2) buildings ranging from 200,000 square feet to 800,000 square feet set on a 170-acre parcel. Work will include mass grading. extension of Strathmore Road, and a round-a-bout on Jedburg Road.
This development includes historical renovations to the 105-year-old Savona Mill. Renovations include refurbishment of existing wood and steel structure, wood floors, concrete slabs and windows, retrofitting elevators, and new stairs and bathrooms. Site work includes a two-level parking deck, storm detention, and utility relocations.
Upon completion, these two office buildings will have a total of 190,000-square feet. Building 4 will consist of 75,000-square feet and Building 3 will be 93,904-square feet. The buildings are slated as multi-tenant office space with a total of 25,000-square feet of ground-floor retail and restaurant space between the two buildings.
This new performing arts center in the heart of downtown Cornelius will bring over 300,000 residents in the Lake Norman region a place to celebrate the arts. The center's vision for the future is simple: To build a stronger community through the power of the arts. Connecting with the arts is so much more than joy or entertainment, the arts empower children and adults alike to experience, explore and above all else, create. It includes a 400-seat performance hall with theatrical equipment and state-of-the-art audio/visual and acoustic features, gallery space, event spaces, classrooms, and an outdoor plaza with community green space.
This new 2-story 43,088sf downtown building is located on Main Street in Pineville. The top floor houses Pineville's town services and include a 2,000sf council chamber, mayor's office and main data/server room for the town. The first floor is the home of the new state-of-the-art Mecklenburg County Library and is the only library located within Pineville's town limits.
This $92 million new 315,000sf high school sits on a 65-acre site. The building includes a natatorium, gymnasiums, auditorium, kitchen areas, academic classrooms, media center, and administration space. CDOT roadway improvements are included to support the new high school.
The athletic complex includes a new football stadium, several athletic buildings, tennis courts, baseball, and softball fields, soccer fields, and a band practice area. The football stadium is a synthetic turf system with drainage and a water cannon for summer cooling. All the natural turf systems include irrigation systems for year-round maintenance.