The project consisted of the complete demolition of the interior workspace and stripping of the exterior facade. The firm added salvaged red brick from an old tear-down in the Midwest to the exterior and interior entryway. Once demolition was complete, the first floor interior was converted into a completely collaborative workspace filled with a waiting room furnished with custom sofas and leather chairs, an 80-inch flat-screen television, one large and one small conference room, a billiards room with a putting green, a full gym, marble lined restrooms, and a gourmet professional kitchen.
Hughes Marino Program, Project & Construction Management managed the entire design, permitting, construction and occupancy phase of the seven month project. Hughes Marino was instrumental in setting the project expectations for both the general contractor and design team and keeping the project on schedule. Faced with an extremely tight deadline, Hughes Marino was able to complete the project within the necessary time frame to receive Temporary Certificate of Occupancy. Hughes Marino also managed the LEED certification process.
Hughes Marino provided project management services including schedule monitoring, site inspections, and establishment and monitoring of the project budget, change order review, negotiations, and LEED certification process. Budget (allowances, contingency, contractor exposure holds), change order review and negotiations as well as monitoring of RFIs, submittals and general contractor buy-outs.
Square Feet - Not Disclosed
Contract Amount - Not Disclosed
General Contractor - Suffolk-Roel Construction Company
Architect - Gensler