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Owner | Bethel College
Architect | CSNA Architects
Krehbiel Hall Science Center is a 37,000 sf four-story education facility, consisting of new laboratories, classrooms, lecture and office spaces. Reducing floor vibration was a major concern due to the sensitive equipment being used in the labs, therefore, it was decided that a cast-in-place concrete structure was the best solution. The structure consists of auger cast piles, cast-in-place columns and a pan deck system. The exterior walls are structural studs with brick and EFIS veneer. A unique HVAC system was designed for the facility capable of supplying 100% outside air and 24-hour exhaust from fume hoods throughout the building.
Owner | Envision
Architect | Spangenberg Phillips Architecture
Envision's Child Development Center serves children that are visually impaired, children whose parents are visually impaired, as well as the general public. The center was built on the first floor of the Envision Building that houses their corporate offices as well as clinic space. The space had been cleared of existing finishes in a previous phase of the building renovation and was ready to renovate. The 7,000 sf center is divided into four age appropriate play areas: a nursery, a “gym” for play and physical therapy activities, an art center, a computer classroom, a kitchen, offices and meeting spaces. Restrooms were renovated to provide child-sized fixtures and additional restrooms were built for the staff. The finishes are bright and colorful. The existing courtyard was demolished and a new playground with a new rubber surface was installed.
Owner | USD 375 Circle Schools
Architect | Wilson and Company Engineers & Architects
The Greenwich Elementary School is a new 55,000 sf facility for the Unified School District 375 Circle Schools. The building accommodates up to 400 students and 30 faculty and staff and has classroom space designed to accommodate early childhood development through the sixth grade. The early childhood and kindergarten classrooms have their own restrooms while the other grades share three sets of restrooms. There is a media center/library along with a music room. The gymnasium is a FEMA shelter to accommodate students, faculty and staff during severe weather. The gym will also be utilized as the cafeteria with an attached commercial kitchen for food preparation.
Owner | Wichita State University
Architect | Howard + Helmer architecture
Eby was selected as the general contractor to construct a new facility to house the Advanced Education in General Dentistry program at Wichita State University. Th new facility is a two-story building with a 9,200 sf basement, 13,200 sf main level and a 9,200 sf second floor. The building has a foundation with a structural steel frame. Exterior walls are metal studs with brick and stone masonry veneer. The basement houses the mechanical, electrical and dental equipment. The main level is comprised of 18 dental treatment rooms, two surgical rooms, an x-ray room, a laboratory equipped to make plaster molds and a simulation lab housing four mannequin stations with room to expand to 24 stations. The second floor consists of offices, a conference room, break room and locker/shower rooms. The project included new site utility work, asphalt parking and a unit paver entry.