Commercial Projects by Market Sector
Centrally located within the city limits, the Austin Permitting and Development Center at Highland Mall is energetic, walkable, and transit-friendly. The user experience of the building will be characterized by its embrace of the outdoors with large windows to draw in natural light; a rooftop deck space; and open, inviting public spaces. The building is designed to promote sharing and increase interaction between departments to better serve the Austin community.
The Hills Church’s newest campus in West Fort Worth, referred to as Chapel Creek, began with renovations to an existing building, which was expanded to provide a 600-seat worship center, classrooms, and offices. A new porte-cochére and entry welcome members of the church family to the new campus. The parking lot has also been expanded, providing additional parking capacity as well as a connection to I-30.
Designed by Omniplan and managed by Pritchard Associates, Park Cities Presbyterian Church expanded their existing campus to support their growing ministry and provide more meaningful connections within the city of Dallas to accommodate their growing youth programs in their current neighborhood. Located in the Oak Lawn area in Dallas, Texas.
Cherry Coatings teamed up with Adolfson & Peterson Construction to provide our commercial painting services. Expansion to their existing church space and renovations offer a new children’s ministry space with child care, educational program rooms, new youth ministry space, a full-sized high school gymnasium, new indoor and outdoor community space with an expansive foyer and courtyard, plus a subterranean parking garage and expanded surface parking to increase their on-site parking. Overall, the campus expansion will increase its footprint by over 67,000 square feet with an additional 66,982 square feet of renovation work.
As Roanoke has grown, the need for this new city hall became apparent to city leaders. With the new City Hall all city services, will be under one big roof. Designed to resemble a turn of the century courthouse, the new City Hall will fit the current design of most buildings on Oak Street in Downtown Roanoke. This includes the City Hall, adjacent pedestrian plaza area (park area with fountain, pergolas, landscaping) and Fire Department museum, which will house the 1923 Fire Engine.
The service center will house approximately 1,000 employees who currently work in three buildings on two campuses that are 17 miles apart. This much-needed consolidation will be essential in helping streamline operations and better promote employee collaboration as USCIS continues to provide prompt and efficient service in processing requests for immigration benefits. The development is also immediately adjacent to the DART Belt Line Station, which provides rail and bus service from DFW Airport to downtown Dallas. Cherry provided polished floors, exterior and interior coating services.