One story at a time.
Wave Convention Center — Click for more info »
This 65,000 square-foot auditorium is the centerpiece of the Wave facility. Designed to provide maximum visibility from every seat, the worship space features a built-in baptismal pool and a large platform stage for creative ministries. The entire auditorium is column-free due to roof trusses spanning the 165 feet width with catwalks for lighting and sound rigging.
Outside the worship space is a two-story lobby area enclosed by a 200-foot long floor-to-ceiling, curved glass curtainwall. The 1st floor offers an express-line bookshop, coffee shop and information area. The 2nd floor includes a bookshop and coffee shop. The 3rd floor provides much needed office space for the pastors and staff.
Owner: Wave Church
Architect: Tymoff + Moss Architects
Dominion Energy Clearinghouse — Click for more info »
A Fortune 500 company, Dominion transmits and distributes electricity to 2.3 million customers and natural gas to 1.7 million customers. Hourigan was contracted to provide six months of preconstruction services and was also asked to construct the expansion of a “Wall Street” style trading building for Dominion Resources located near the James River in downtown Richmond.
Because of the tight conditions, the project called for an extensive site utilization and safety plan to provide traffic control and pedestrian safety around the construction site. The third and fourth floors are comprised of structural steel-framed, open-span trading floor with a mezzanine. The 4-story facility also houses a 110,000 square-foot parking deck on the first two floors.
Owner: Dominion Resources Services
Bon Secours Heart Institute — Click for more info »
Built on one of the most visible building sites in Metro Richmond, the distinctive design of the 4-story, 100,000 square-foot medical office building has established the Bon Secours Heart Institute as one of Richmond’s most recognized commercial buildings. Hourigan Construction also managed the build-out of multiple tenant spaces within the facility.
The building structure is a steel frame with composite floor slabs at the 2nd and 3rd levels. The exterior skin consists of DensGlass sheathing, mirrored glass curtain wall and brick veneer facing. The building interior includes high-end finishes such as a water feature in the lobby.
Owner: Bon Secours Richmond Health System
Architect: Odell Associates
Developer: Reynolds Development, Lingerfelt Companies
Careplex Center for Health & Fitness — Click for more info »
The architectural design of this 3-story, 75,000 square-foot outpatient service facility is compatible with Hampton’s urban master plan and sensitive to the Sentara CarePlex Hospital located across the street.
The building’s anchor tenant is a 35,000 square-foot fitness/therapy center that supports the facility’s wellness focus with a large gym area for exercise encircled by a walking track, and space for the hospital’s cardiac rehabilitation program. The facility also houses three pools and classroom space. The wellness suite provides locker facilities for approximately 300, as well as massage, dry sauna, steam and whirlpool.
Owner: Sentara Health System
Architects: Clark Nexsen
Center for Research & Technology — Click for more info »
Hourigan Construction provided full preconstruction and construction management services for the construction of the new 450,000 square-foot; 9-story Philip Morris USA Center for Research & Technology, 900-vehicle parking deck, pedestrian walkway, utilities building, and outdoor park. In addition, Hourigan assisted the owner with the site and architect selection.
The campus was built in the Virginia Bio-Technology park. The facility contains research laboratories, offices and building support facilities, a cafeteria and fitness center. The building doubles the company’s research capacity with a population of 500 specialized scientists, engineers, and support staff.
Owner: Philip Morris USA
LifeNet Corporate Center — Click for more info »
The initial scope of the project included assisting the master plan for the 16-acre site, surcharging the building foot print, site work and phased construction of the 120,000 square-foot building. The building was constructed with spread footings, a mezzanine catwalk system above the clean rooms, and precast concrete panels, brick, glass and metal panel facade.
Phase I consisted of a 57,000 square-foot service and production wing and a 53,000 square-foot organ donor call center and library area. Phase II was a 10,000 square-foot packaged materials and bio-medical warehouse addition. Phase III provided the build-out of existing shell space and contains laboratory and testing services.
Owner: LifeNet, Inc.
Architect: Lyall Design Architects
Princess Anne Health Campus — Click for more info »
This “village style” medical arts campus was a design-build project developed on a 54-acre parcel located in Virginia Beach. Hourigan was engaged during the master plan of this project to provide full preconstruction services for each building as well as the site work infrastructure on the remaining 24-acres.
Hourigan constructed Medical Buildings A and B, each a 70,000 square-foot outpatient treatment facility. The interior includes a Cancer Treatment Center, a full-charge Emergency Department, an Advanced Imaging Center, Ambulatory Surgery Center, general medical practices and retail suites. Medical Office Building D is a 2-story, 40,000 square-foot general medical practices building.
Owner: Sentara Health System
Architect: Lyall Design Architects
The Early Center for Christian Education — Click for more info »
This renovation project transformed historic Spence Hall, a former library originally constructed in 1897, into the Early Center for Christian Education and Worship, a multi-purpose facility at Union Presbyterian Seminary. The former library stacks were demolished to create the three-story open space.
Other areas in the 37,000 square-foot building include classrooms, administrative offices, conference rooms and a full-service kitchen. In the chapel, giant side doors can be opened to gain additional seating for two adjacent classrooms. The doors connecting the chapel and the classrooms were built on-site and weigh nearly 1,500 pounds each.
Owner: Union Presbyterian Seminary
Architect: Glavé & Holmes