www.marejournal.com O wners , D evelopers & M anagers S potlight A rchitects /E ngineers P Bayhealth Medical Center’s Phase 2 Clinical Pavilion wins Best Interior Design 2012 Award EwingCole & WTW Architects team up to design new 269,000 s/f Keystone Commons building our ongoing work for Bayhealth has been honored by our profes- sional peers.” H I LADELPHI A , PA — EwingCole in a joint venture with WTWArchi- Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal — Owners, Developers & Managers — July 27 - August 16, 2012 — 13A

In order to maintain continu- ous operations, the 269,000 s/f Keystone Commons is being con- structed in two phases. The first phase is approximately 162,000 s/f and expected to be complete by 2015. The building is being designed to achieve LEED Silver certification and will include digi- tally interactive spaces for group projects, an art gallery and the University’s campus-wide data center. PHILADELPHIA, PA — Ew- ingCole announced that Bay- health Medical Center’s Phase 2 Clinical Pavilion is the recipient of The Best Interior Design 2012 Award, given by the Internation- al Interior Design Association (IIDA), PA, NJ & DE Chapter. “The new Pavilion is an inte- gral part of the firm’s master plan for the Dover campus,” said How- ard Skoke, EwingCole’s project principal. “We are delighted that

The awards were announced at a ceremony in the Arts Ball- room on the evening of June 21. In bestowing the award, the judges commented, “With fresh and innovative forms, this Bay- health project creates a dynamic comfort level for both patient and staff. The project has an organic and fluid design that is exciting and innovative for a healthcare facility. It pushes the design envelope forward with an almost Stanley Kubrick-like vision of modern interior spaces.” The Phase 2 Clinical Pavil- ion is part of an ongoing mas- ter plan expansion of the Kent Campus, located in Dover, DE. The 391,000 s/f project connects to existing facilities and is also designed as a base for a future 7-story patient tower. n The buildings that existed on the site were not suitable for use in conjunction with the distribution center; there- fore, these buildings were carefully dismantled and repurposed by contractors specializing in the reuse and resale of building structures. Other demolition waste was diverted from landfills by a combination of recycling and reuse onsite as structural fill. Utilities that previously serviced the property will be reused where applicable. The building design incorporates a high performing building envelope that utilizes struc- tural precast concrete pan- els to provide superior and long-lasting performance as a weather barrier, thermal envelope and perimeter sup- port column. Dansko is a founding mem- ber of BCorp, an organization of more than 300 for-profit companies in more than 50 industries that have passed rigorous social and environ- mental standards that mea- sure corporate good. n

tects, has been selected by East Stroudsburg University (ESU) to design the new Keystone Com- mons building. According to ESU’s 2010 Cam- pus Facilities Master Plan, it was determined that the Center for Hospitality, the University Center, the Computing Center and the Kemp Library were inef- ficient buildings in need of exten- sive renovations to accommodate the needs of an increasing stu- dent population. In lieu of invest- ing in these aging buildings, ESU determined it was more practical to bring these programs together in a new Keystone Commons. “Trending on higher education campuses across the country is the design of facilities that collocate previously separated student activities,” said Chuck West Grove, PA—Dan- sko’s one true goal is to leave the world a better place than they found it…one shoe at a time. Their new distribution center located inWest Grove, Chester County furthers the company’s mission to mini- mize its impact on the envi- ronment when conducting its business in the United States and throughout the world. “Dansko” literally trans- lated is Danish shoe. De- signed by Bernardon Haber Holloway Architects of Ken- nett Square, PA, Dansko’s new distribution center is designed to underscore Dan- sko’s passion for promoting environmentally responsible living and in literally mini- mizing Dansko’s footprint on earth. Dansko’s new distribution center is 205,000 s/f and is situated on a 16-acre site that given its size and loca- tion is characterized as a combination of previously developed and undeveloped. The project is registered with the U.S. Green Build- ing Council with the goal of

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Rudalavage, AIA, LEED AP, principal of EwingCole’s Higher Education Practice. “The fus- ing of these four programs into

a centrally-located Commons is a tremendous opportunity to change the face of student life on the Campus.”

Bernardon Haber Holloway Architects and Dansko team to leave another green footprint on the environment ments.

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achieving LEED Silver Cer- tification, and is scheduled for construction completion

in November 2012. The 796 Warehouse is a single-story, high-bay struc-

ture that will provide for receiving, storage, and dis- tribution of shoes and gar-

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