Project Description: The project consists of a new two-story office headquarters replacement facility for BGMU in order to house all of departments under one roof and to provide customer services both walk-up and drive-thru. Executive offices and a grand public community room are housed in a stone clad mass that gestures to the limestone architecture of adjacent historical buildings while the brick clad masses harmonize with the near-by ball field structure. A glass shard of a public atrium pierces the assembly and acts as a counterpoint to the solidity of the masonry masses. The project was designed to LEED Silver standards including a high-performance building envelope and geothermal well with heat pump system.
Project Role: As a project manager with Stengel Hill Architecture, Mark Foxworth provided exterior building design and interior architecture to create the overall look and feel of the building and its public spaces. Roles included project management in order to lead a production team from concept thru completion, consultant (Structural, MEP, Interior Design) coordination, building envelope design and detailing, interior architecture design and detailing, 3D modeling, and construction administration.