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We are in the process of updating this page.  We will be adding some of our Military projects at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, including at Camp Johnson (Montford Point), and the New River Air Station.  Until then, these commercial projects are serving as place holders on our Military projects page.


We have been working for the Federal Government, U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps for over 30 years.  Our current contract is at the U.S. Marine Corps Base at Camp Lejeune.  Most of our work has been at the New River Air Station and Camp Johnson at Montford Point.  We have designed renovations and new facilities for such wide ranging uses as an eye clinic at the Naval Hospital to training facilities for the Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command (MARSOC).  Most recently, projects have included the Osprey V-22 Tilt Rotor Maintenance Hangar, the Camp Johnson Museum, the Camp Johnson Chapel, and a Sniper Training Tower.

REMC Gaston County Office
Gastonia, NC

This business office provides customer services, accepts customer payments, an electrical line crew work room, and an emergency staging center for use during power outages and bad weather. Other features include a drive-through payment window, high security customer counter, and 100kw emergency power generator.

First National Bank of Shelby, West Cleveland Office
Boiling Springs, NC

This 3,186 square foot bank building was designed in a traditional style to complement neighboring Gardner-Webb University. It offers elegant customer service areas and business offices as well as covered drive-thru services.

Sherrills Ford, Terrell Fire Station #3
Denver, NC

A new fire station with three truck bays, offices, workshop, kitchen, day room, and sleeping quarters. Special features include a sprinkler system and a transfer switch for connecting an emergency generator.

Virtual Battlefield Simulation, Building Renovation
Camp Lejeune, NC

This building renovation at Camp LeJeune, NC included renovating a barracks building into a computerized virtual battlefield simulation training facility.

Springmore Elementary School
Boiling Springs, NC

A new elementary school on an undeveloped site. This efficient design gained the school system 2 classrooms more than the original program required and the final construction cost was $109,000 under budget. The floor plan provides easy access to the core areas from all of the classrooms and there are no dead end corridors or remote classroom wings. Special attention was also given to allowing for after-school and community use of the media center, gym and cafeteria while preventing access to the classrooms.