H. J. High is currently serving as construction manager for the new 25,000 sf Daytona State College Classroom Building #3, located at the college’s Flagler/Palm Coast campus. The building is designed to Green Globe standards and will include classrooms, a collaborative lecture hall, informal areas for student collaboration and socializing, offices, bookstore and student lounge. The project also includes a 300 stall parking lot and new central energy plant for the campuses heating and cooling needs. Construction started in August 2013 and will be complete in time for classes to start for the 2014 fall semester.
Images provided courtesy of SchenkelShultz Architecture.
Construction has started on First Baptist Church Windermere’s new 10,000 sf Children’s Building located on their Lakeside Campus. This facility will support the expanding children’s program and weekday preschool. It will provide an engaging environment for children to learn about God’s amazing purpose for their lives. The single story building addition will include classroom spaces, a lobby with security check-in features, restrooms, and is designed to be easily converted into a gymnasium in the future. This project is the first in a multi-year Lakeside Campus building program. The project is designed by JWB Architects and is scheduled to be complete in fall 2013.
This new open-air amphitheater is part of the redevelopment of The Cove at Port Canaveral. Built for the communities surrounding the port, the amphitheater will initially seat 4,000 and is planned to ultimately seat 6,000. It will be covered by a 47,000 sf tensile fabric shade structure and have an attached 10,000 sf stage building complete with a 4,000 sf stage, catwalks, a green room, performer staging area, dressing rooms, dining area and offices. Five separate and smaller buildings will serve as the entrance, ticket sales, concession area and public restrooms. The facility will be connected to other parts of The Cove by two wooden bridges. It is expected over 70,000 cubic yards of fill dirt will be moved to create the tiered seating area. When complete the amphitheater will be one of the largest in Florida.
Images provided courtesy of Span Systems, Inc.
The joint venture of H. J. High Construction Company and Batson-Cook Company are currently working on the third phase of the Mitsubishi Power Systems Americas (MPSA) Savannah Machinery Works construction project. The team, which built the initial two phases of the facility, will erect a 74,000 sf manufacturing bay for the new facility in Pooler, Georgia.
H. J. High and joint venture partner GAC Constructors served as construction manager on the 93,500 sf Advanced Technology Center on Gulf Coast State College’s Panama City campus.