Subway

Although some of the existing structure remains, this is a substantially new commercial building. The project was conceived as a shell building intended to house two compatible fast food type businesses. As the project progressed, Subway was engaged as a primary tenant and the shell was designed to accommodate their needs. The other half remains as an available shell space for another tenant. If you know anyone in need of a great location, let us know and we will get you in touch with the owner.

The footprint of an existing gas station was utilized, such that the existing grading, drainage and paving could substantially remain. This defined the nature of the parking, however, it was necessary to provide drive thru access. Working between given site parameters and the desire have feasible building dimensions, created the framework for the design provided by PWMA. From here the building massing arose and the aesthetic quality developed.

PWMA provided architectural services including Structural, Mechanical, Plumbing and Electrical Engineering. The project was designed over the period of October 2010 to July 2011 and Construction Documents were generated by March 2012. Construction occurred during 2012.

Elden Birch Professional Center

Three buildings on Elden Street at the end of Aspen and Birch Avenues housing professional offices of Mangum, Wall, Stoops & Warden, Pioneer Title and Woodson Engineering. Buildings were set to the street with plenty of parking around back. A beautiful stone stairway was built among a nice clump of native oaks to provide pedestrian access from downtown. A clock tower marks the East end of Aspen Avenue.