Offices and eateries. Medical facilities and retail facilities. Startups and light manufacturing.
Each project has its own unique set of challenges and opportunities. This is why we take a 360° approach to each facility to help you identify the best design, the most innovative process, and the most effective construction plan. It’s an approach that puts us at your side every step of the way. And we’ve found that our clients wouldn’t have it any other way.
Brian Cox was a nationally celebrated rider with a barnload of trophies when he met his wife, Maggie Kerola Cox, a rider herself since age 11. So the couple’s venture to build a flagship horse facility came as no surprise to anyone. The HHSDR team worked with the couple to design the stable and training arena for their horse training business from start to finish. Not only is it eye-poppingly gorgeous and equally functional, it won the National Frame Building Association 2017 Building of the Year, Masters Division, horse barns/facilities.
Before the opening of the new facility in 2012, Pennsylvania’s Department of Corrections had crowded offices in multiple locations. In addition to staff consolidation for efficiencies, the new facility needed a secure lobby and smart floorplan/grouping of resources to minimize circulation corridors. Sustainable design features include energy-efficient lighting and mechanical systems, high-performance glass, masonry, symmetrical window pattern and articulated design to reduce building mass.
Cannon’s Chophouse has been a western Pennsylvania fixture since 2009. The first location, in Meadville, became a fan favorite throughout the region thanks to its friendly atmosphere and certified Angus beef. HHSDR was happy to help the Cannon’s Chophouse team bring their new 150+-seat Grove City location to life.